The Church of San Cataldo is a Catholic church located at Piazza Bellini in central Palermo, Sicily, Italy. Erected in 1154 as a notable example of the Arab-Norman architecture which flourished in Sicily under Norman rule on the island, the church is annexed to that of Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio. Since the 1930s, it belongs to the Order of the Holy Sepulchre.
In 2015, it received status as a World Heritage Site.
Dario Passariello | Feb 23, 2018
Sorry for who think that is not good ask money by a local office for visit but is necessary for mantain the quality of service and to limit people inside a small delicate building. PS: 2 euro for a visit is too much?
Spiros Theocharis | Aug 19, 2017
I didn't go inside because they asked for money to enter. They should have made a combo ticket with the neighboring church d'amiraglio
S Rahman | May 16, 2017
Saturday 10pm 13/05/17 outside the church was an amazing concert, does anyone know the singer and her name? awesome voice
Ding Sun | Oct 20, 2016
Exterior of this church is very cute. This is obviously another good architecture example of combination of mosque and church. I did not enter the church as it charged entry fee. It is really small, so they hang a blanket at the gate to avoid peek :0
Stephen Tofani | Sep 22, 2017
Small, but full of history.
Doram Jacoby | May 21, 2018
A very small medieval church. Interesting but very small and not much to see. Entry is 2 Euros or 1.5 if you already have a ticket from the church next door (which give you a discount).
Krystel Mata | Jun 23, 2018
Even if you have to pay 2.5 euros to enter it is totally worthy.
Indira Freeman | Apr 18, 2018
Amazing, must see. Used to me a mosque. So much history here. Entry is 2.5 Euro. Photos are allowed.
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