Church of Saint Restituta
Via Sant'Efisio, 14
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It is placed on a small square in Stampace district and rises above an hypogeum known as the Crypt of Santa Restituta. It has a single nave with sidelong chapels and a mezzanine chancel; during the bombings in 1943, the church was seriously injured.
The Church of Saint Restituta is located along via Sant'Efisio and overlooks a small square in the Stampace district. Its construction probably dates back to the 17th century and was built on top of the homonymous crypt, which has been used since ancient times. Damaged by the bombings of 1943 and restored, the facade today has a double inflected terminal typical of the Baroque style and a portal surmounted by a broken curved tympanum. The interior has a single nave, barrel vaulted and decorated with three chapels on each side.