The Church of St Thomas in Syracuse is also known as the Pantheon and is also a monument dedicated to the Fallen of the First World War. For this reason, some remains of Syracusan soldiers are preserved inside.
The architect who designed it was Gaetano Rapisardi, who imagined it in a modern circular form. With a cylindrical base, its sections are punctuated by pillars between which are stained glass windows supporting a small terrace. Above each of them are small windows with small stone crosses on them.
There is a small concrete bell tower at the top, and the entrance has a bronze portal leading to the only nave present, where the tombstones mentioned above are located. The high altar is accompanied at the sides by beautiful contemporary sacred works.