Piazza Roma houses an important church in the Biancavilla Church of Santa Maria del Rosario built in the seventeenth century by Carlo Sada and, for its magnificence, covering the most significant artistic country.
The facade it is in Baroque style and it is characterized by huge columns that surround the entrance portal; in second place stands the bell tower surrounded by two lovely angels kneeling before the statue of Our Lady of the Rosary.
The interior has a single nave without transept, Baroque century, with Corinthian columns decorated with acanthus leaves (made of putty). The first altar we encounter, starting from the right, home to the famous wooden statue Christ at the Column, built in the eighteenth century by the priest Placido Portal.
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