Patti Cathedral

Patti, Italy

Patti Cathedral is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Patti. The Norman age cathedral was rebuilt almost entirely after 1693 earthquake, but the bell tower dates from 1588.

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Via Magretti 145, Patti, Italy
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Founded: 1094
Category: Religious sites in Italy

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Pavel Rybka (11 months ago)
A cathedral of Normandy origin on top of the old town of Patti. Practically empty, completely without tourists. Beautiful views
Vito Santo Pietroforte (12 months ago)
Excellent restaurant. The manager is courteous, kind and professional. In case of some "mishap" he solves the problems and applies his courtesy and intelligence to the resolution of "small difficulties" ... in my case due to errors in the booking. The food is refined and of quality; perhaps the portions are "slightly" scarce. The cook is called Armida ... that is Miduccia. I had a great time and highly recommend it. At the end the "triple" is offered, that is three bottles with liqueurs
Piero Proto (2 years ago)
Beautiful located in the highest part of the historic center. Many works to admire.
Filippo Puglia (2 years ago)
The Cathedral Basilica of San Bartolomeo is the main place of worship for Patti. In the Basilica are recognizable elements of the Norman period. Very interesting are the marbles used inside. The Basilica rises inside the walls of the ancient Castle of Patti, which no longer exists today but some elements of the imposing structure can still be seen. An exhibition of the history of Patti with the Castle was arranged inside the Norman gallery.
marie cousens (2 years ago)
Average cathedral. Attended mass there with bishop present so didn't look round.
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