Church of Santa Chiara
The Church of Santa Chiara dates back to the end of the 17th century, when the adjoining buildings began to be put in place, which was first a hospital then a convent of the nuns of Maria Maddalena and S. Chiara until it became the Domenico Ridola National Museum in 900. In Baroque style, the church maintains more sober lines than the others nearby. In the interior, a beautiful wooden pulpit and a painting depicting Mary in the Temple assumes considerable importance. The exterior is very unique due to the corrosion of the typical Matera rock which gives it an added value.