Chiesa di Santa Chiara

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 102-104, Noto (Siracusa)

Designed by Rosario Gagliardi in 1730, it was completed in 1758 and was annexed to the monastery (now Museum). Central plant is elliptical, the exterior is...

Cattedrale di San Nicolò

Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 3, Noto (Siracusa)

The St. Nicholas's Cathedral is the most important Catholic place of worship in the city of Noto. On the top of a large staircase on the north side of  Municipio...

Palazzo Modica di San Giovanni

Via Corrado Nicolaci, 129, Noto (Siracusa)

Building has mixed architectural forms: Baroque and Neoclassical. The facade on Duomo Square is formed by a lower order to a higher wall and rusticated, simpler,...

Chiesa di San Carlo al Corso

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 119, Noto (Siracusa)

Church of San Carlo al Corso, dedicated to Carlo Borromeo, is former residence of Jesuits in Noto. Building began in 1730, probably designed by Rosario...

Palazzo del Vescovado

Via Vincenzo Gioberti, 2, Noto (Siracusa)

South wing of Trigona Palace was donated by the family to the bishop of new diocese, who transferred the seat of Bishop from previous location near the monastery...

Biblioteca Comunale Principe di Villadorata

Via Camillo Benso Cavour, 53, Noto (Siracusa)

Municipal Library "Prince of Villadorata" was inaugurated in 1847 with 3657 volumes, the nucleus of which donated by Prince of Villadorata. Transferred because of...

Chiesa di San Domenico

Via Giosuè Carducci, 6, Noto (Siracusa)

St. Dominic's Church is one of the most important and best preserved examples of Baroque in Noto. It was built as a church convent of the Dominican fathers, by the...

Palazzo Astuto di Fargione

Via Camillo Benso Cavour, 81, Noto (Siracusa)

On Via Cavour, behind Cathedral, it features a Baroque facade divided into two orders. The interior is largely divided into private apartments, it has fine stucco.

Porta Reale (o Ferdinandea)

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 182, Noto (Siracusa)

Built on the occasion of the coming of King Ferdinand II of Bourbon, it is symbol of entry into the city. It is work by Neapolitan Angelini, who also designed the...

Teatro Comunale Tina di Lorenzo (o Vittorio Emanuele)

Piazza XVI Maggio, 10, Noto (Siracusa)

It was built in the second half of the nineteenth century and designed by Francesco Cassone and Francesco Sortino. The building, in Neoclassical style, presents...

Palazzo Trigona

Via Camillo Benso Cavour, 95, Noto (Siracusa)

It has a facade divided into two orders and three horizontal bodies with massive arched portal advanced and bordered by a double row of columns with Corinthian...

Villa del Tellaro

Unnamed Road, Noto (Siracusa)

Archaeological Site consists of the remains of a rich country residence of late Roman Empire. Discovered in 1971, the remains found in a fertile agricultural area...


Noto (Sicilian: Notu; Latin: Netum) is a city and comune in the Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. It is 32 kilometres (20 mi) southwest of the city of Syracuse at...


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