The Cattedrale di Noto, an 18th century catholic cathedral in Sicilian Baroque style, Noto, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.  The building was designed by Rosario Gagliardi, and was completed in 1776 under the supervision of Bernardo Labisi. Much of Noto was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1693 and the Sicilian Baroque style is therefore prevalent. Noto is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Cattedrale di Noto, an 18th century catholic cathedral in Sicilian Baroque style, Noto, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. The building was designed by Rosario Gagliardi, and was completed in 1776 under the supervision of Bernardo Labisi. Much of Noto was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1693 and the Sicilian Baroque style is therefore prevalent. Noto is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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