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Syracuse cathedral (left) or Duomo, rebuilt in the 18th century and right, the Chiesa di Santa Lucia all Badia, or Church of St Lucy, a Baroque church dedicated to the virgin martyr from Syracuse and patron saint of the city, Ortygia Island, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. The statue is of St Peter, holding a key and a book. The island is also known as the Citta Vecchio, as it is the old town of Syracuse and contains many historical buildings. Syracuse was founded in 734 BC and was a thriving city...
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