Church of San Nicola (Sicilian Ethnological Museum)
In the ancient district of the Matrice the most panoramic point is the square that opens starting from Via Sant'Agostino, near which is the church of San Nicola, which already existed in the XNUMXth century, which has undergone numerous changes over time and partial reconstructions. The beautiful bell tower is from Maruviglia. The church houses the Sicilian Ethnological Museum, a collection of objects of rural civilization that mainly date back to the period between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
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