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  • 1 Militello in Val di Catania's Benedictine Monastery

    Religious buildings

    Piazza del Municipo I - 95043 Militello-in-Val-di-Catania

    Built between 1614 and 1641, the monastery is today the town hall. It has an attractive decorated façade, and the church's façade has rustic bosswork typical of the local Baroque style. The interior has an attractive wood liturgical chancel and the L..

  • 2 Museum of St Nicholas (Museo di San Nicolò)

    Museums and art

    Via Umberto-I 67 I - 95043 Militello-in-Val-di-Catania

    The museum is situated in the funerary crypts of the church which was built en 1721. The pr,sentation shows off very well the rich collection of liturgical adornments from the 17C and 18C, the silver works from Santa Maria alla Catena, jewels, ex-vot..

  • 3 Oratory of St Mary of the Chain

    Religious buildings

    via Umberto-I I - 95043 Militello-in-Val-di-Catania

    The oratory was rebuilt in 1652 and is worth a detour to see its interior, decorated with stucco, portraying scenes from the Mysteries and Sicilian Saints surrounded by putti, festoons and abundant cornices in the lower register.

  • 4 Church of St-Mary of the Star

    Religious buildings

    Piazza Santa-Maria-della-Stella 19 I - 95043 Militello-in-Val-di-Catania

    The church was built between 1722 and 1741. As well as its portal flanked by torso columns, the church is noteworthy for the magnificent altar retable in enamelled terracotta portraying the Nativity, created in 1487 by Andrea della Robbia. The treas..

  • 5 Church of St Mary the Elder

    Religious buildings

    Via Santa-Maria-la-Vetere I - 95043 Militello-in-Val-di-Catania

    This church was almost totally razed to the ground in the earthquake of 1693. Only the right collateral has survived. The 16C porch and the facade inset with a lunette adorned with low-reliefs form a picturesque ensemble in the splendid countryside o..

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