Sicily, the Mediterranean's largest island

Cathedral of Enna

The Duomo (Cathedral) of Enna, a town in the centre of Sicily built in the 14th century by queen Eleonora, Frederick III's wife, but largely renovated after the fire of 1446. The great Baroque façade, in yellow tufa-stone, is surmounted by a massive campanile (bell tower) with finely shaped decorative elements.

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Wed Oct 12, 1994
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