Si Trova: a Gela
Lat: 37° 4' 18.05499" N - Long: 14° 14' 12.41482" E
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Nowadays used as exhibitions and conferences space, the rural church of San Biagio is probably dated to the Byzantine era.
It remained open to worship until 1910; later it was deconsecrated.
It was also used as a mortuary before it was completely abandoned.
This church has some very interesting details, such as the rather low apse, the main facade with the entrance and the rose window, and a pointed arch inside.
During a renovation a brick tile was lost, placed at the top of the south gate, with the year 1099 made up of small stones.
What happened in Sicily: 23 September
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