The Church of St. Blaise

The Church of San Biagio (St. Blaise) stands in the eastern part of the Rupe Atenea, on the ruins of the Temple of Demeter. It is a Norman building of worship dating back to the 12th century.
The church façade is very simple, with an ogival gate (i.e. with a pointed top) and a round window in the middle of two monofora windows, i.e. two high and narrow windows decorated with an arch at the top.

The Church of San Biagio
The Church of San Biagio rises on what was once called Rupe Atenea, above the remains of the ancient temple of Demetra. The building dates back to the 12th century. The façade is very simple, in stone bricks agrigentine in colour yellow-ocra. In the centre, the entrance portal, of modest dimensions, is opened; there is a round window on the door inserted inside what could be a previous opening, walled, the shape of a single window with a round arch. Align to this frame there are, one to the right and one to the left, two monofore, each decorated in the upper part from one to six acute arc. The roof consists of two sloping slopes with an inclination of approximately 30°.