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The mosaics inside are beautiful and well worth a visit, yet just a foretaste of what awaits at Monreale; if you can't get to Monreale, definitely visit this church. We also sat in the central square gazing for hours at the exterior while sipping prosecco...More
This duomo has beautiful mosiacs. We had the opportunity to see it's "arch rival" in Palermo to compare. This one is smaller but still quite nice. It's located in a picturesque piazza under the mountain.
The atmosphere was completely Italian. The surrounding cobblestone lanes - all accessible via car - sort of. Lots of photo ops and shopping available. Lots of people watching too. A great walking experience.
Not of a great size but beautiful. Inside there are many points of interest including a tomb wher the light from a window high in the church wall where the daylight (sun) shines on the tomb on the anniversary of the death of the deceased....More
One of the three UNESCO cathedrals to visit. This building has an air of a fortress about it as it is so large and strong. Inside the pillars down the aisles look massively tall. The decor upto the apse and the altar is quite austere...More
Drive (or take a bus trip) to the "Marsala Cantine Pellegrino Winery" in Marsala where, besides trying their wine, you will see three beautiful examples of Sicilian carts in their display area.