Capo's street market, running the length of Via Sant'Agostino, is a seething mass of colourful activity during the day, with vendors selling fruit,...
The market here was once a notorious den of Mafia activity but is a muted affair today, compared to the spirited Ballarò and Capo markets.
This 17th-century chapel showcases the breathtaking stuccowork of Giacomo Serpotta, who made a name for himself by introducing rococo to Sicilian churches....
The busy intersection of Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Maqueda marks the Quattro Canti, the centre of the oldest part of town, neatly dividing the historic...
A short bus or car journey southwest from Piazza Castelnuovo leads to Castello della Zisa, one of the only remaining monuments to the decadence of Moorish...
A feast of geometric patterns, ziggurat crenulations, majolica cupolas and blind arches, Palermo's cathedral has suffered aesthetically from multiple...
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