Ibla

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Ragusa was devastated by an earthquake in 1693. The subsequent reconstruction of its oldest part, Ibla, created two distinct areas of the city: Ragusa itself and Ibla, a delightful quarter combining a medieval layout of narrow blind alleys with the richly ornamental Baroque style, granted Unesco World Heritage site status in 2002. Don't miss the Duomo di San Giorgio, Palazzo Nicastro and the church of Santa Maria dell'Itria.

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Address : 

Piazza della Repubblica

Nearby tourist attractions

Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
The superb balconies of this palace rest
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Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Also known as the Chancellery, this
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Church of St Mary of Itria
Church of St Mary of Itria
This is noteworthy for its attractive
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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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Palazzo La Rocca
Palazzo La Rocca
The six balconies on the facade are
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Duomo di San Giorgio
Duomo di San Giorgio
With its large neo-Classical dome lit by
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Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
The superb balconies of this palace rest
0:15
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Also known as the Chancellery, this
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Church of St Mary of Itria
Church of St Mary of Itria
This is noteworthy for its attractive
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