Chiesa Santa Maria Dei GreciCurrently Closed
- Address: Salita Santa Maria deiGreci, 92100 Agrigento AG, Italy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci - Review
Perched on the hill of Girgenti is this pious place of devotion. The Chiesa di Santa Maria deiGreci was first built as the temple of Athena or Zeus Atabirios in the 1200s. Thus, the strong presence of Greek architecture can be seen. What started off as a Greek temple is now a church. It is the perfect example of religion through different civilizations. It is blissful and interesting to walk along the church and see the Greek pillars lined up on both sides. Some part of the floor of inside the church is covered with glass, and you can see the original temple floor. Still holding the structure of the old art, it is a great amalgamation of the best of both worlds.
How To reach Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci by Public Transport
- By Car
- On Foot
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Things to Know Before Visiting Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci
43.23% of people who visit Agrigento include Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci in their plan
68.57% of people start their Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci
84.62% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci
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Chiesa Santa Maria Dei Greci, Agrigento Reviews
A historic place. The volunteers were wonderful. Thanks for sharing this peice of history with us and keeping it clean, well preserved and rubbish free.
Old temple church. Temple fundations can be seen.
In the heart of the historic center of Agrigento..a piece of art
La prima chiesa di Agrigento, nasce sui resti di un tempio greco, circa nel 1300, dove le culture dei popoli che hanno vissuto in Sicilia, si intrecciano. Da visitare obbligatoriamente.
Che spettacolo vedere una chiesa che sorge su un tempio greco...da vedere assolutamente