Corso Italia

The Corso Italia, in the modern town, is flanked by palaces: the Lupis palace, with attractive consoles, the Zacco palace (at the corner of the Via San Vito) with a shield topped by a console, the Bertini palace on whose facade are three large mascarons who seem to watch passers-by and are the incarnation of the poor (ugly and toothless), the noble (lordly and sure of themselves) and the traders (with a self-satisfied air).

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San Giovanni Cathedral of Ragusa
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Church of St Mary of the Stairs
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Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
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San Giovanni Cathedral of Ragusa
San Giovanni Cathedral of Ragusa
The cathedral dominates the square of
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Church of St Mary of the Stairs
Church of St Mary of the Stairs
The church of Santa Maria delle Scale
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Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Also known as the Chancellery, this
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