Agrigento Cathedral

The Normans in the 11C built the first Cathedral. Windows from the original edifice remain at the level of the current transept. The Cathedral was rebuilt between the 13 and 14C, modified in the 17C and then restored after its collapse in 1966. The unfinished campanile has four blind Gothic-Catalan windows. The interior is noticeable for the beautiful wooden ceiling of the central nave and the Baroque exuberance of the chancel, decorated with angels and golden garlands.

Useful information

Address:

Via del Duomo, 92100 Agrigento

Phone:

+39 0922 490011

Opening hours

partially open, renovation works underway

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