Fountain of Hercules with a male figure blowing a horn, and behind, the facade of the Chiesa di San Domenico, designed by Rosario Gagliardi as a Dominican monastery and built 1703-27, on the square between the Corso Victor Emmanuele and the Via Giosue Carducci, Noto, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. 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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Fountain of Hercules with a male figure blowing a horn, and behind, the facade of the Chiesa di San Domenico, designed by Rosario Gagliardi as a Dominican monastery and built 1703-27, on the square between the Corso Victor Emmanuele and the Via Giosue Carducci, Noto, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. 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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