The interior consists of architectural elements typical of the sixteenth century, plus an eighteenth century altar in ... More
Church of San Severo al Pendino
The interior consists of architectural elements typical of the sixteenth century, plus an eighteenth century altar in polychrome marble. During the "Maggio dei monumenti 1999" festival, the church was finally restored. The structure was rebuilt according to the original plan and the trabeations and Renaissance pilasters hidden by the nineteenth century stucco were illuminated. Now that the church has been restored, it is used to host concerts, temporary exhibitions and cultural shows, consistent with the monumentality of the venue.
There is an open area towards Piazza San Babila on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, onto which the impressive church of San
Carlo al Corso looks. It was designed by the Neo Classical architect, Carlo Amati, 1839 47. By pulling back ...
The Church of San Francesco di Paola was built as an offering from Ferdinando di Borbone after his return from
exile in Palermo during the French occupation. The project was drawn up by the architect Pietro Bianchi in 1816. ...
Dating back to the 12th Century, this church has now been completely restored to all its ancient splendour. While the
foundation dates back to the 12th Century, its first restoration, when the floor was completed, dates back to the ...