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Palazzo Conte Federico

Palermo 9.3 mi away
#2 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
They are both outstanding hosts, and will make you visit unforgettable unfolding stories about the Palace, the history of the city and taking you through the countless rooms boasting historical furniture, painting...
The enthusiastic and multilingual tour guide was the son of the family and his passionate and fascinating tour brought the history of this wonderful home and Palermo to life.
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#3 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
... its one of the churches where you can see the wonderful Norman architecture and Roger mosaics alongside the generational architectural changes which were considered to be more suitable as the centuries passed.
The feeling you get when you enter this ancient church is exactly that of being inside a jewel, with its lights, gold, colors and the incredible work of Christian and Arab artists, the mysticism that emanates this...
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#8 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
The current owner has lovingly restored the 18th and 19th century cieling frescoes and put on display an eclectic art collection comprising paintings, sculptures, ceramics as well as personal memorabilia dating ba...
When you are in Palermo, you have to visit Palazzo Drago, already a thrilling name, and once inside you can feel the rich history and culture of Palermo from the past.

Norman Palace

Palermo 9.0 mi away
#20 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
The Norman Palace and Palatine Chapel is unique in harmoniously melding a variety of styles including Norman, Arabic, and Byzantine, reflecting the different cultures that have marked Sicilian history.
Spectacular, intricate gold-backed mosaics of the Cappella Palatina (Palatine Chapel), royal chapel of the Norman kings, designated World Heritage site, built for Arab emirs and their harems in the 9th century.
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Area Archeologica Monte Jato

San Cipirello 5.2 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in San Cipirello

San Giuseppe dei Teatini

Palermo 9.5 mi away
#14 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
A vast, beautiful Baroque church, immaculately kept, right on the Quattro Canti in the heart of Palermo.
There is a nave with aisle on either side separated by marble columns.
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Oratorio di Santa Cita

Palermo 9.9 mi away
#6 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
Just take your time in looking and studying the various scenes depicted on the walls around the chapel, such as the Battle of Lepanto at the entrance wall, with its cherubs apparently modelled from Palermo street...
From three walls hang dozens of plaster figures, ranging from cheeky cherubs, cupids and angels to statues of Esther and Judith.
#12 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
The tour is very informative - great way to learn more about the very layered history of Palermo - originally the center when it was an active Arab trading port, a ruling family’s palazzo with a private chapel, th...
And it's it a very good location if you are strapped for time: The art gallery (Abatellis), palazzo Mirto, St Francis and other churches and the Gattopardo mansions along the seafront, all within a short walk (or...
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Palazzo Mirto

Palermo 9.8 mi away
#16 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
On our last day in Palermo we went to visit this Palazzo, It is amazing each room filled to the brim and bursting with amazing things from the very beautiful china to the ornate bedroom to the courtyard with the f...
Aristocratic palace full of charm and full equipped with numerous lavishly furnished rooms and accompanied by amazing burials.
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#19 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
This church, which was not completed due to the 16th century Ottoman raids, is now both an indoor and outdoor complex with trees that grow in the midst of its Gothic arches.
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Catacombe dei Cappuccini

Palermo 8.8 mi away
#32 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
Our guide, Patrizia picked us up, took us to the catacombs giving us detailed information of the why, the how and the when of the history of the catacombs.
... you should be given an informational leaflet or something when you arrive so you know the backstory as we had to look it up on the taxi ride home but it’s definitely worth a visit if you have a morbid curiosity
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Palazzo Branciforte

Palermo 9.9 mi away
#21 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
Loved the tour of the buildings: a stamp collection, library with an amazing mural on the ceiling, the bronzes by Mussolini's favorite artist and of course the fascinating pawn shop.
Palazzo Branciforte is a museum and one of my favourite places in Palermo.
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I Bevai

San Giuseppe Jato 5.6 mi away
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in San Giuseppe Jato

Villa Naselli Ambleri

Palermo 6.2 mi away
#125 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo

Villino Florio

Palermo 9.4 mi away
#30 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
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Villa Malfitano

Palermo 9.5 mi away
#39 of 357 Sights & Landmarks in Palermo
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#5 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Piana degli Albanesi