Mother Church of Marsala

The facades of the solemn Mother Church of Marsala, presumed Norman origins completely renovated in the seventeenth century, and the Palazzo VII Aprile, with an eighteenth-century appearance, albeit in different styles, animate the Piazza Loggia.

A real treasure trove of art is the Mother Church of Marsala which houses valuable Renaissance sculptures by the Gagini including St. Thomas, a masterpiece by Antonello, the graceful Madonna del Popolo by Domenico, and the beautiful marble icon of the chapel of the SS. Sacramento, by Bartolomeo Berrettaro and by Antonello himself.

No less interesting are the paintings, including a painting by Antonello Riccio (16th century) and two canvases by Domenico La Bruna (17th century).