Tuesday Travels — Cefalu, Sicily

Tuesday Travels — Cefalu, Sicily.

What a beautifully written piece about a lovely moment of blessing in a faraway cathedral!

I follow “Soul Gatherings” and read it regularly.

This post caught my attention because the Christ the Pantocrator mosaic image from this cathedral in Sicily is so similar to the ones I saw this summer in Istanbul, Turkey at both Chora Church and at Hagia Sophia.

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quirkyjazz

I am a pianist, musician, music teacher, choir director, mother, wife, daughter, sister, cousin, sister-in-law, friend, neighbor. I enjoy music (of course!), quilting, sewing, beading, traveling, kayaking, camping, biking, hiking, gardening, knitting, scrapbooking, cooking, reading, poetry, drinking good coffee, and having fun with family and friends. NOTE -- Creative Commons License: All work of The Tromp Queen (quirkyjazz, aka Jill) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Unported License.

3 thoughts on “Tuesday Travels — Cefalu, Sicily”

  1. I will look forward to that post! We also saw some amazing tile mosaics (also in Istanbul) that I will try to share in the near future. They built the museum around the floors. It is near the Blue Mosque if I remember correctly.
    I shared your post on my facebook page, too. ❤

  2. Thank you for this re-blog. The mosaics were stunning, as I’m sure they were in Turkey. I also visited Herculaneum for the first time (already went to Pompeii), and the mosaics and tiles still there in the baths and houses were breathtaking. Hopefully a post on that in the future.

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