The Fundrisi quarter (Fundrisi)

In 1396, king Martin of Aragon stifled a revolt and razed all the towns neighbouring Enna. The Fundro residents were transported to Enna, who set up their own distinct community. It is an enchanting area with its narrow sloping streets, maisonettes and typical gangways. From the small Saint Bartholemew's square, you have beautiful views over the town.

Useful information

Address : 

Via S. - Bartolomeo, 94100 Enna

Nearby tourist attractions

Torre di Federico II
Torre di Federico II
Enna used to be known as the "town of
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Piazza Neglia
Piazza Neglia
This square is lined by the Chiesa delle
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San Giovanni's Church of Enna
San Giovanni's Church of Enna
This church was built in the Romanesque
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Campanile of Saint John the Baptist
Campanile of Saint John the Baptist
The Church of Saint John the Baptist
Santa Chiara
Santa Chiara
This church has been converted into a
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Saint Mark's church of Enna
Saint Mark's church of Enna
This church was built on the site of a
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Torre di Federico II
Torre di Federico II
Enna used to be known as the "town of
1:00
Piazza Neglia
Piazza Neglia
This square is lined by the Chiesa delle
0:15
San Giovanni's Church of Enna
San Giovanni's Church of Enna
This church was built in the Romanesque
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See all