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Roman Catholic Church, Cargese

#7 of 32 in Historic Sites in Corse-du-Sud
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
See some of the architecture remaining from the Greek colonies on Corsica at Roman Catholic Church. From the outside, the church seems very modest with its plain colors; once inside, however, you'll likely be taken aback by the artwork you see. Vibrant frescos jump out as you enter, art pieces for different saints sit at the front, and chandeliers hang from the ceiling. The church grounds offer a good view down into town and over the water. Plan your visit to Roman Catholic Church and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Cargese road trip website.
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  • The Greek church and the catholic church face each other and they are both worth a visit. Very well maintained and the scenery is spectacular. Doesn't take to long to do them both, but it is well...  more »
  • This is one of the two greek churches in this village, built in the 12th century by greeks relocated by the genoese from Chios. This is a typical greek church with a lovely inside with interesting...  more »
  • Cargèse, two churches in front of each other. A Catholic, an Orthodox. To visit. Nice view of the sea and the harbour.
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  • Pretty two churches face to face But nothing else.
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