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Catania Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Catania; Cattedrale di Sant'Agata), dedicated to Saint Agatha, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Catania, Sicily, southern Italy. It was the seat of the Bishops of Catania until 1859, when the diocese was elevated to an archdiocese, and since then has been the seat of the Archbishops of Catania.
Huge and many details and paints inside .... main cathedral of the city .... visit = free .... you will like it from inside ....
Main saint cathedral is a must see while visiting Sicily. A marvellous silver altar is something you simply must see! Some Arabic elements can be spotted in this Christian masterpiece of sacral art. The cathedral itself is something so magnificent that would take days to admire. Remember-Y as a tourist you are still visiting a temple, so be respectful!
This is the main church in Catania. Made with lava stone, this cathedral represents the heart and souls of the city.
Worth a visit inside (unlike the interior of the Palermo Cathedral).
Amazing building to see externally and internally!
W sant agata
Nice cathedral with some interesting sculptures and paintings but not very impressive. For sure it is the place you should visit in Catania. I recommend to check opening hours as it is not open all the time.
It was too late in the evening for visiting the cathedral, strolling in the square in front of it was nice.
Seems to be the main cathedral on city and it is free to visit. Very impressive interiors and unique colour outside. Some tombs of bishops and cardinals but little information about their role in the city history.