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Chiesa DI San Martino

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Chiesa DI San Martino

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Via petro salerno, Erice, Sicily Italy
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Dan M wrote a review Mar 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel14377 contributions3971 helpful votes
Try not to miss it as it is not on the main street in Erice, Vittorio Emanuele, but on a parallel street, Via Fontana. Definitely worth it, so try to make time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sally62 wrote a review Jan 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom4576 contributions434 helpful votes
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Definitely don't miss a visit to this church which is one of the churches that you can visit on the combined ticket. It looks very plain from the outside but the interior is white, light and beautiful - very Baroque. The church was erected by Roger the Norman and the King was brought here to meet the magistrates whenever he visited Erice. You enter via a C16th courtyard with pillared porticoes on three sides. The church itself was rebuilt in C17th and has three naves with columns of grey marble. It has a very high ceiling that is beautifully painted with lots of artwork and statues. Also visit The Congregation and the Sacristy - the former has the original church altar and nice frescoes and was used for meetings of The Confraternity of St Martin and Purgatory, the latter lots of artwork and religious artefacts on display. A pleasant church to wander round and to listen to the background choral music.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Scubaman628 wrote a review Sep 2017
Dania Beach, Florida282 contributions171 helpful votes
this was one of the better churches in Erice, worth a visit. the ceiling was amazing as was the entire interior.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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saul g wrote a review May 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel991 contributions334 helpful votes
There are several churches in medieval Erice . It is hard to decide which one is the most impressive . Chiesa Di San Martino , built in the 14th cent. seems to be plain on the outside, but wth the sculptures art works and painting inside - it's a pleasure to one's eyes .
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Date of experience: April 2017
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John F wrote a review May 2017
Wembley, Australia471 contributions156 helpful votes
Most churches you visit, that's it, the church. Here they have owned up several more rooms with small exhibitions in them. And they have music playing. Very atmospheric.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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