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Cathedral of Siracusa

Duomo di Siracusa

The splendid church with a grand chapel and adorned facade was once a temple of Minerva. Admire the combination of Antique and Baroque arts.

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Cathedral of Siracusa in Syracuse, Italy
Andrea Palma (1644-1730),… ©  Evan Erickson

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Opening Hours

Daily 8 am - 7 pm (-7.45 pm in Summer)


2 €

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Attractions near to Cathedral of Siracusa

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