This is the Dome of the Cattedrale di San Nicolò in Noto, Sicily. It was recently reconstructed using traditional techniques exactly where it was as it was after being destroyed in a Earthquake in 1996. Generally, restoration of buildings as they were is not permitted in Italy because the law states it is falsification of history. Congratulations to whoever decided not to follow that path here. I hope more architects will fight against ridiculous concept of falsification of history. This is wonderful example of how a building can be preserved. Also a young Russian painter, Oleg Supereko, is being employed to do the wonderful frescos. What are your thoughts on seeing more work like this in the future?