Si Trova: nei pressi di Castelvetrano
Lat: 37° 41' 9.170766" N - Long: 12° 45' 16.95496" E
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Built during the first half of the 12th century, the Church of the Holy Trinity of Delia is a small Norman Norman-Byzantine style jewel.
Outside, there are three beautiful apses and a dome, supported by four marble and red granite columns with decorated capitals.
Men used the side doors, women the central one.
An external staircase leads to the crypt.
The church is located within the property of the Saporito family, from which it was rediscovered and restored in 1880.
Inside there are some burials of this family.
The church can be visited every day.
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Salinelle del Fiume
Mud craters on the bank of the Simeto
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