Saint Giacomo Patronal feast

“There is a great, false baroque façade to a church, up a wavering vast mass of steps: and at 239 the side a wonderful jumble of roundnesses with a jumble of round tiled roofs, peaked in the center. It must have been some sort of convent. But it is eminently what they call a "painter's bit"--that pallid, big baroque face, at the top of the slow incline, and the very curious dark building at the side of it, with its several dark-tiled round roofs, like pointed hats, at varying altitudes.” (David Herbert Lawrence, Sea and Sardinia, 1921)

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