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[automatically translated] Rebuilt after the earthquake in a different site from the original, Salaparuta was a town of ancient origin, and had reached a town plan have been completed between the sixteenth and the eighteenth century, under the feudal rule of the Paruta and Alliatas. One of the most significant buildings of the center was the mother church, with its original facade with a bell tower built in the middle of the eighteenth century.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationBelice 1968-2008: Barocco perduto, Barocco dimenticato
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Antista, G. (2008). Salaparuta. In Belice 1968-2008: Barocco perduto, Barocco dimenticato (pp. 52-57)