Monuments, places and destinations to see around Bonagia

Western Sicily, near Bonagia, offers many things to see and discover: not only the beaches but also important and suggestive monuments. Discover some of them below, plan your vacation with our help.

Trapani old town - Trapani port | Churches and places of worship

Church of Collegio dei Gesuiti

This is one of the most significant Baroque buildings in Trapani.

It was Natale Masuccio the architect who in 1614 planned The church of the Collegio dei Gesuiti . This is one of the most significant Baroque buildings in town. It was left unfinished when the Comapagnia di Gesù was abolished and only later it was opened again to be ultimated after jointed repair works.

Trapani old town | Churches and places of worship

San Pietro church

From the Paleo-christian age to the best form of Technology

The church dedicated to San Pietro is a very ancient one. The first building belongs to the Paleochristian age and it is said that the same San Pietro preached there. In 1076 was the Norman Ruggero d'Altavilla who asked for a sacred building in the same place and there Pietro d'Aragona formally swore to keep the promised privileges for Trapani. In this same church Carlo V, gave the city the Turkish vexillum gained after the Tunis' campaign in 1535. The last rebuilding of the church has been realized in the second half of XVI c. and was projected by Giovan Biagio Amico (1775).

Trapani old town | Churches and places of worship

San Lorenzo Cathedral

The Cathedral is the most important Catholic-worship site in Trapani

Built under the will of Alfonso il Magnanimo in 1492, it has been frequently modified until 1700 when the architect Giovanni Biagio Amico realized the last project.

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