Built in 1859, it is owned by the Congregation of the Holy Crucifix. It is a small temple with a circular plan which at the base houses a chapel adorned with some frescoes.
On the external walls there are five lunettes that enclose scenes of the crucifixion in ceramic. Upstairs, eight pitch columns support a circular entablature closed by a small dome.
Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero
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