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Continuing on state road 114 to S. Teresa di Riva, you reach an intersection leading to Savoca, a pretty village at 303 m. s.l.m. , an ancient and important religious center, as evidenced by the presence of numerous churches in the 400.

The beautiful Church of the Capuchin Monastery, which houses many paintings of the ‘500 and ‘600, including a “Last Supper”by the school of Caravaggio, and the crypt, elegantly dressed and mummified the bodies of 17 men illustrious in the country.

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