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  • 1 Palais Bongiorno (Palazzo Bongiorno) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Corso Umberto-I

    This enormous palace was built in the 18C by one of the large noble families in the area, the Bongiornos. Spread over several floors, the palace harbours elegant trompe-l'oeil paintings by Gaspare Fumagalli, a Roman painter who worked in Palermo in t..

  • 2 Ventimiglia Tower (Torre Ventimiglia) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza del Popolo

    This watch-tower from the 13C was used by Maltese knights in the 15C and became a bell-tower in the 17C with the advent of the church. In a Gothic-Norman style and it has ogival arcades at street level shaped like porticos and elegant gemeled trefoil..

  • 3 Saint-Paul's square (Piazza San Paolo)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza San-Paolo

    Bordered by Saint-Paul's church (16C) with its beautiful portal decorated with low reliefs and by the abbey church (18C) in bare stone which matches its denuded style, this square is a good place to start a wander around the town.

  • 4 Town square (Piazza del Popolo)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza del Popolo

    Dominated by Ventimiglia tower, this is the main square of the small town. In one of the corners a small cave shelters the lion fountain dated from 1931.

  • 5 Gangi Main church (Chiesa Madre)

    Religious buildings

    Piazza del Popolo

    Build in the 17C, this church contains a number of valuable items such as the masterpiece The Last judgement, by Giuseppe Salerno who was one of two painters nicknamed "shaky" (the first was Gaspare Bazzano who really did have a limp). You ..

  • 6 Church of Holy Saviour

    Religious buildings

    Via Madrice

    This church has preserved a wood crucifix by Fra'Umile da Petralia and a Climb to Calvary by Giuseppe Salerno which uses the same theme as Raphael's Spasimo di Sicilia.

  • 7 Sainte-Marie du Gesù

    Religious buildings

    Via Vittorio-Emanuele

    This church has which was a Benedictine hospice in the 15C has retained its campanile from that period which is lightened by gemeled windows. The church's façade is enriched with a beautiful portal decorated with low reliefs. Inside, you will find wo..

  • 8 Sanctuary of the Holy-Spirit

    Religious buildings

    Ctr. Santo-Spirito

    A deaf-and-dumb man miraculously regained his ability to talk (and his ability to hear we assume) whilst looking at an image of Christ on a stone. This was of course cause to immediately build a church at the site of the miracle which today welcomes ..

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