Patti towards the north eastern zone of the Nebrodi: here where the mountain crest
stretches towards the Aeolian Islands, the artistic history of the places is strongly
market, especially starting from the second half of the fifteen century, by the
Rennaissance experience, thanks to the presence in this area of these great artists.
First stop is made at San Piero Patti, a town from antique origins, it developed during the Arabs
age and the Norman dominations. We will find works by Gagini and his school in the Chiesa
Madre, in the Church of Santa Maria (1581) and in the Church del Carmine (1566).
We then proceed to Raccuja, a town from Norman origins, to visit the baroque Chiesa
Madre to see the beatifull statues of the "Gruppo dell'Annunziata" and
"Santa Maria di Gesł".
Then visit to Ucria, a town of medieval origins whose Chiesa Madre houses the
unique "Madonna della Scala" work by the Gagini's school and the "Gruppo
dell'Annunziata", probably a work by Antonio Gagini.
Lunch at Sinagra not before having seen the "Madonna della Catena"
(1542) work by Giacomo Gagini.