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The Grotto of Sibylla is located directly under the Basilica of San Giovanni Battista, built in the middle of the 16th century on the Cape of Capo Boeo by Jesuit monks. Sibylla in ancient times was called a clairvoyant, a fortuneteller of the future.
The seer's grotto is located underground at a depth of about five meters and consists of a circular niche with two rooms. The niche was carved into the rock and covered with a low stone dome, in which a dormer was made. There is also a square vat for water. In front of the northern room, made in the shape of a semicircle, there is a stone altar with the image of John the Baptist. The altar was created in the 15th century and is of great value today. Another room is irregular, probably partly constructed from a well.
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Topic: Grotto of the Seer from Lilibey in Italy, resort of Sicily.