St. Domenico’s Church is a religious architecture of Noto, the most important and best preserved examples of Baroque in town. It was built as a church convent for Dominicans by the architect Rosario Gagliardi, between 1703 and 1727. The façade has two orders, Doric and Ionic, while the central part leans toward the street with a convex shape. The interior is well preserved; it is structured in five domes, richly decorated with stucco and lateral altars with eighteenth-century paintings, a good example is Our Lady of the Rosario by Vito D’Anna.. The convent, that is now used as a school, was largely rebuilt. The portal projected by Sinatra situated in the south wing is original.