San Giuseppe dei Teatini

San Giuseppe dei Teatini anmeldelser, Palermo

San Giuseppe dei Teatini
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Sarby51
Sicilia, Italia646 bidrag
Elegante ed austera,
nov. 2021
lascia letteralmente incantati.
Costruita all'inizio del seicento in stile barocco, mentre la facciata principale fu ultimata a metà ottocento in stile neoclassico.
Nella nicchia, sopra il portale, la statua del santo titolare, sotto si trova lo stemma dei falegnami che qui avevano la loro chiesetta.
L'interno è superbo, dalle colonne monolitiche ai soffitti interamente affrescati.
Skrevet 21. november 2021
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Valeria M
Bressanone66 bidrag
Grande suggestione.
okt. 2021
Proprio ai Quattro Canti. L'abbiamo vista al tramonto ed era del tutto inatteso lo splendore dell'interno.
Molto molto bella
Skrevet 10. november 2021
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Nury
Lisboa, Portugal435 bidrag
Stunning church
okt. 2021
This church is very worth the visit. It is just beautiful, outstanding, in the center of Palermo, close to other important churches.
Skrevet 16. oktober 2021
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IlyaNJ
Marlboro, NJ786 bidrag
Luxurious interior
sep. 2021
Palermo has a number of luxuriously decorated churches, and San Giuseppe dei Teatini is one of the best examples, with amazing details on every inch of the surface, marble, plaster, frescoes, stone, columns, organs, etc. It is clearly a church well restored after the war damage, but no less worth looking into.
Skrevet 7. oktober 2021
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gilaanma
Grignasco, Italia419 bidrag
Non perdetela
aug. 2021
Chiesa in pieno centro ( a 2 passi dai Quattro Canti ). a Palermo ci sono cosi' tante chiese che vederle tutte e' quasi impossibile. Questa ha un ingresso non particolarmente attraente ma all'interno e' qualcosa di fantastico.
Skrevet 27. august 2021
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Cristina S
Reggio Emilia, Italia106 bidrag
Chiesa straordinaria
aug. 2021
La annovero tra le chiese più belle di Palermo. Lo sguardo non riesce ad abbracciare la grande bellezza degli ornamenti posti all'interno. Posizionata nel cuore della città è certamente da visitare.
Skrevet 19. august 2021
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phat_dawg_21
Alpharetta, GA12 242 bidrag
Beautiful Baroque Church
mai 2021
This is one of the most beautiful churches in Palermo. We almost walked past because the exterior is rather austere and simple, but when you walk in you are struck by a beautiful Baroque interior where you are overwhelmed by the various colors and designs.

It is only a few steps from Quattro Canti and Piazza Pretoria so stop in!
Skrevet 30. juli 2021
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Coro_10
Napoli, Italia482 bidrag
La visita esigerebbe maggiore attenzione e tempi più lunghi
jul. 2020
Ho visitato questa chiesa per caso, alla fine di una messa, e non ho avuto il tempo di gustarne le bellezze: mi sarebbe piaciuto visitare la falda acquifera della cripta ritenuta miracolosa e vedere la fontanella posta nella navata destra, dove tale acqua è stata incanalata. Non ho neppure fatto caso, purtroppo, al quinto dei più famosi 4 canti, che costituisce un lato immediatamente a destra della facciata principale della chiesa (su via Vittorio Emanuele), quello che affaccia sulla piazzetta San Giuseppe, speculare a quello (uno dei più noti 4 canti), sul lato sinistro rispetto alla facciata principale, sul lato che affaccia appunto, su piazza Vigliena o dei Quattro Canti.
Skrevet 29. juni 2021
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Mairwen1
Storbritannia4 994 bidrag
Plain Exterior Hides Extravagant, Beautiful Baroque Interior
feb. 2020
Don't be put off by the plain exterior. It is hiding a stunning interior. Inside an avenue of grey Billiemi marble Corinthian columns of up to 10m in height, divides the 3 naves. There are brilliant frescoes, Serpotta stucco work, marble inlaid decoration and private side chapels built by noble Sicilian families, each richly decorated. It’s quite stunning.

I particularly liked the two fonts for holy water by the front door. Normally fonts are simple basins, but these are each held by a large angel who appears to have swooped down from Heaven right at the very moment, to meet you at the door. They were made by Ignazio Marabitti (who also made the Genius of Palermo fountain at Villa Giulia). On the left is a very delicately beautiful Madonna (by Gagini who did many other Madonnas in Palermo). It is an image of a young, ethereal Mary with a draped gold and white gown, the sculpted flows in the fabric looking so real it’s hard to think that they are marble.

It’s easy to overlook this church. We nearly did so because the front entrance is set into the southwest corner of Quattro Canti and that striking intersection steals all the attention. The church seems to blend into the surrounding buildings and in any case, the façade is simple and severe and would be unlikely to draw you in. It consists essentially of a pair of large columns, an unremarkable tympanum and a niche with a statue of San Giuseppe (Joseph) standing above a symbol of an axe (symbol of carpenters).

There is one striking external feature - the green and yellow majolica tiled dome which you can see from many angles once you’re further away (best seen from the Fountain of Shame). However, it took me some time to connect the dome with the plain church façade opposite our hotel.

The other thing to mention is that it was only open occasionally so if you happen to see the doors unlocked, then take the opportunity to have a look. We popped in but there was a mass on and we did not want to intrude so we only stood at the back and looked from there.
Skrevet 9. november 2020
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Jazzumbo
Romania1 403 bidrag
Baroque'n Roll
jun. 2020
Every square centimeter is a Baroque parade. The walls are literally covered in white marble flowers and angels in various allegoric compositions. From distance, it looks like a lace, but it's a lace sculpted in pure white marble. The columns are made of black marble, for some contrast and the vault is outstanding.
The light will play the rest of the show.
The large dome of this church, with a blue and yellow majolica covering, is an iconic landmark of Palermo, as it is visible from the sea.
I'm not a big fan of Baroque, as architectonic style, yet I have to admit that this church worth a visit.
Skrevet 2. november 2020
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