Church of San Rocco
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Church of San Rocco

Little or nothing remains of the ancient church built after the plague of 1526 and subsequent seventeenth-century rebuilding. The current concave façade was completed in 1862 based on a design by the architect Francesco di Paola Patane '. The interior in cold neo-Gothic style was built in the years 1958-61. The large convent, built in the second half of the 800th century, is now only partially owned by the Dominicans.

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