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ⓘ Trapani Cathedral




Trapani Cathedral
                                     

ⓘ Trapani Cathedral

Trapani Cathedral, otherwise the Basilica of St. Lawrence the Martyr is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trapani, dedicated to Saint Lawrence. It is located in Trapani, Sicily, Italy.

The Church was built by order of Alfonso the magnanimous in 1421 and was elevated to the parish during the second half of the fifteenth century. In 1844, when the diocese was created in Trapani, the Church made it an Episcopal seat.

Over the centuries the building was modified several times and its current appearance dates from the restoration of the eighteenth century by the architect Giovanni Biagio Amico.

                                     
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