The Cathedral Church
Founded in the IX century by the Arabs and belonged in the XI century to basilian Monastery of Santa Maria, Mandanici is now a mainly agricultural and craftmade centre.
Among monuments, important is the Cathedral Church consecrated to Santa Domenica.
Photo © Padre Salvatore
Inside keeps a very beautiful canvas representing Santa Domenica attributed to Giovan Battista Quagliata (1603-1673) and a wooden Crucufix of 1700 set on a XVIII-th century background too and it is made fresco with Pie donne (Pius women).
Very interesting it is also the splendid wooden choir of 1700.