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Cathedral of Saint Sebastian

  

At the cornerstone of the ancient urban centre of the Medieval town of Ferla stands the Saint Sebastian Basilica church, the largest three aisle sacred building in Ferla.
The Basilica, as it stands today, was reconstructed after the terrible earthquake of 1693 on the ruins of the previous building which dated back to the XV century.
The church is dedicated to the Martyred Saint Sebastian, Patron of Ferla, of which a statue made of Orange wood (1530) exists, hidden in a niche behind the altar of the centre aisle; it is displayed to the worshippers and visitors during the winter celebration of the Saint on the 19th and 20th of January, and during the summer festival which is held on the 19th and 20th of July.
The exterior sculpted facade is an 18th century Hyblaean baroque masterpiece. The author of the original diorama was Michelangelo Di Giacomo, an architect resident in the nearby town of Buccheri who masterfully narrated the holiness and Christian virtues of Saint Sebastian through the building of the Church.
On the inside of the Church above the main altar stands out an oil on canvas by Giuseppe Crestadoro titled “The martyrdom of Saint Sebastian” it is possible to note the artist’s signature on the left bottom corner which is dated 1789.

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Photo by Francesco Pisasale

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