Ibla

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Ragusa was devastated by an earthquake in 1693. The subsequent reconstruction of its oldest part, Ibla, meant the city had two distinct areas: Ragusa itself and Ibla, where the focus was on rebuilding the palazzi and churches and showcasing the sumptuous Duomo, raised to the highest point. Thus, Ragusa Ibla has retained a hybrid, half-medieval, half-Baroque feel, which is what makes it so appealing, so surprising and so unique.

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Address:

Piazza della Repubblica, 97100 Ragusa

Nearby tourist attractions

Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
Cosentini palace (Palazzo Cosentini)
Ragusa
0:15
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Nicastro palace (Palazzo Nicastro)
Ragusa
0:30
Church of St Mary of Itria
Church of St Mary of Itria
Ragusa
0:15
Church of St Mary of the Stairs
Church of St Mary of the Stairs
Ragusa
0:15
Palazzo La Rocca
Palazzo La Rocca
Ragusa
0:15
Duomo di San Giorgio Duomo di San Giorgio
Duomo di San Giorgio
Ragusa
0:30
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