Cerami is a charming Greek village well known for its ceramic productions.
The name of Cerami was founded by Greek between the 4th and 5th century and its name comes from the Greek word “Kèramos” which means “ceramics”. The most important monuments of the village are the Santuario of Madonna della Lavina; the Church of San Sebastiano, built in 1631, displays a highly decorated Baroque facade; the Mother Church, built between the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century; the Church of Sant’Antonio Abate, built in the second half of the fifth-teen century, includes impressive stuccos dating back to the 18th century.
People live here:
Festa di San Sebastiano(27-28/08) holy festivity
Sagra del Cavatello e del Peperone(September ), it is a traditional food festival
How to get there:
Get on A19 to Palermo, exit Agira. Take SS120 Troina-Cerami.
Get on A19 to Palermo, exit Ponte Cinque Archi. Take SS120 Troina-Cerami.
Get on autostrada to Palermo, exit Santo Stefano di Camastra. Take SS117 Santo Stefano di Camastra-Mistretta-Nicosia and then continue on SS 120 Nicosia-Cerami
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