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Very important relic witnesses the byzantine art in Modica. Interesting the way how this site were unexpectedly discovered by a group of little kids while playing street soccer. The ball fallen in the cave and the absyd were found due to some stunning figures painted. Amazing. Must see!
What an extraordinary find for us. A find that is made all the more amazing amongst all the grander Baroque churches. It seems so honest, there's very little theatre, that the emotions really become felt by all who visit. The man who let us in was a true gentleman and was truly charming too. A real must see.
We stumbled upon this 12th century church build into a cave, and it was fascinating. The person who admitted us was very friendly and explained how the church was discovered in the 1980s by children chasing a ball. This was the most interesting church we saw among dozens on our visit to Italy.
We would not have found this historic site if not for the person at the visitor's center. It is an amazing example of the preservation that goes on in Sicily. The picture identifying the site is not accurate.
Of all the churches in Modica, and there seem to be many, this is the one I wouldn't have missed. It's in a little street near the big church of St Peter. You have to ring the bell to gain entry. It's very cold and quite dark as it's really in a cave. There are frescoes in differing condition, but... 更多
A little gem - you have to ring the bell and wait for someone to open up - a church in a cave with wall paintings dating back hundreds of years. Atmospheric and fascinating.