The Cathedral of San Giorgio includes the important marble group of sculpture made by Mancino and Berrettaro in 1511.
The Cathedral of San Giorgio is one of the most important example of the Hyblean Baroque style. Rebuilt after the 1693 earthquake, its wonderful Baroque facade is characterised by a massive flight of steps which provide a fascinating scenic effect. The church has five naves with Corinthian capitals and lots of amazing stuccos and decorations covering the ceiling.
The chapel includes the important marble group of sculpture made by Mancino and Berrettaro in 1511. The main altar has engraved silver panels and it includes the Arca Santa, dating back to the 14th century, made by Venetian craftsmen and in front of it, you can admire the first island’s meridians placed by the mathematician Armando Perinio in 1895.
9.00 am to 13.00 pm and 3.30 pm to 7.00 pm
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