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The church of Purgatorio
The Church of purgatory (Terracina, Italy) was built between 1750 and 1787 on the ruins of the medieval church of S. Nicola. Besides being the exclusive example of late-baroque religious architecture in the town, it is also the only centrally planned church having a church-square. The building is unique from the town-planning point of view and for its particular valour. The large front side with tympanum having wavy lines and stucco decorations, as well as its dome and its small pagoda bell tower are remarkable.
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