Church of San Tommaso il Vecchio
LOCATION: Via Romagnosi DATING: XVI CENT. DESCRIPTION: The current structure was probably built on a previous building dating back to the XII-XIII century of the late Byzantine and Norman period. The Church has a rectangular plan with four doors on the sides; on the main door there is a rose window and above it an inscription in Latin, dated 1530, decorates the architrave. The side doors are decorated at the top with a brick arch and six slits that allow additional light inside. The dome, decentralized, resting on a square plane that rises from the roof, has four small rectangular windows.
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