Chiesa di Santa Chiara, Crotone

#12 of 14 in Historic Sites in Crotone
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Unfortunately it is not always open to the public, but usually in the afternoon and in conjunction with religious celebrations. Built in the 16th century and restored at the end of the 18th century, the church has a facade adorned with graffiti decorations. The interior, decorated from precious Baroque stucco, it has a paving of Neapolitan majolica and preserves several eighteenth-century canvases, two of which by the Crotonese painter Vitaliano Alfi; a wooden reed organ, made in the 1753 by the Neapolitan Tommaso De Martino; wooden matronei used by nuns; a cantory and numerous sacred furnishings, characteristic of the Neapolitan goldsmith of the 18th century. The church was attached to a convent of which the bell tower, cells, terracotta flooring and the porch of the sandstone cloister are still visible, as well as a 1616 cistern.
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  • A small and cozy church with a beautiful ancient organ. Nice to visit the cloister.
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