Church of San Michele Arcangelo (Noto)

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The Church of San Michele Arcangelo in Noto is the last religious building along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the main street of the city. Its construction dates back to the end of the 18th century and is characterized by a simple but elegant elevation. The rectangular doorway is surmounted by a corbel on either side of which are two imposing columns. They support the crenellated central entablature. The interior has a single nave and is richly decorated with stuccoes in the vault and in the choir. In the church of San Michele Arcangelo of Noto there is no lack of works of art of absolute interest. Among them: the polychrome marble high altar, an 18th century painting of the Annunciation and a white marble stoup. The latter probably comes from Noto Antica and was carved by a member of the Gagini family.

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