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Discover the Kalsa District in Palermo
"Part punic part phoenician part Roman part Arab: there is no doubt the city of Palermo has an exciting background. Kalsa from the Arabic al- Halisah that means 'Elected' was the fortified citadel during the Islamic domination of Palermo seat of the emir and his ministers.There were Mediterranean gardens
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Palermo Walking Tour: among Puppets and Puppetry
"From the “vastasate” first expression of the Sicilian dialectal theater from which the Opera dei Pupi originated to the ""teatrini"" small stucco decorations made by Giacomo Serpotta a famous artist of the eighteenth century the same artist who also decorated some amazing oratories in Palermo.An itinerary among art
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Markets and Monuments: Walking Tour in the Center of Palermo
"During 3 hours of walk you will see the Massimo Vittorio Emanuele Theatre the third largest theatre in Europe built in 1875 with more than 1300 seats the Cathedral the great Arab Norman cathedral along with the Palazzo Reale (King or Norman Palace) which became part of UNESCO heritage. See also the Church of Casa Professa (or Church of Gesù) the most important Baroque church of Palermo
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Lipari

Lipari, you don´t really need to go there, it´s full of tourist and I didn´t really discovered something special ! The famous White Beach: all you can see is a ruin of a house and of corse the beach...
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Avoid counting your money out in the streets

Avoid counting your money out in the streets because there is a high risk that you wil be robbed.Hold your bags tide on you, and don't leave zips open. It is as if you invite someone to put his hand...
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greekcypriot
Mar 07, 2011

Restaurants to be avoided

Foro Umberto I goes along the sea, eastward from the port to Via Marine. It is a beautiful way, at sunset shadows and fresco are inviting for a walk. Both Foro Umberto and Via Marine are plenty of...
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matemix
Mar 18, 2006

pirates

The little men that sell illegally copied music cds on a trolley thing it's not much of 'trap' but basically you can get a top chart cd album for 5 euros( if you're local) if they realise you're a...
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ricekrispie
Mar 04, 2004
 
 
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Via Roma 111, 90133
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Corso Vittorio Emanuele 327, Palermo, Sicily, 90134, Italy
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Via Francesco Crispi 228, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy
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Via Roma 398, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy
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Via Nazionale, 55, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily, 90017, Italy
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Via Emerico Amari 146, Palermo, 90139, Italy
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Vucciria and other markets

If you are anything close to foodie and you like cooking you cannot miss this place. The whole street is a endless line of smiths' workshops. Some of them are nowadays mainly re-seller but in a lot of...
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Palazzo dei Normani

cirio pàscual Is not normal to find a "Candlestick for Easter candle" of this size and of this beauty A white marble column, made of three pieces that are assembled and has several carved...
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Cathedral

I arrived in Palermo's Cathedral in the late afternoon from Corso Vittorio Emanuele. It's was amazing! the color of the Cathedral during the sunset was really breathless. I follow the informations...
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Other churches

ascagen In my opinion, there are churches that invite you to pray and others as the Gesu Church that surprise you and you do not know where you have to direct your attention In a very modest façade,...
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Quattro Canti

The Marquis of Villena, who was the Viceroy of Spain, decided in the seventeenth century, to make a square at the intersection of the streets Maqueda and Vittorio Emanuele, in fact it was initially...
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Out of Palermo - Monreale

The Cathedral of Monreale was built under King William II around 1170 - 1180 and is one of the nicest examples of Norman-Arab-Byzantine style. Free entry, except a marvelous chapel on the left side €...
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Oleg_D.

"Capital of Arabic, Norman and Spanish Sicily"
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Propermark

"Palermo - My Home Town"
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TheWanderingCamel

"Palermo, past and present"
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Paisleypaul

"Sicilian capital on the up"
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ruki

"P A L E R M O!!!!!!!"
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