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Via Vittorio Emanuele

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Noemi&Friends
Noemi&Friends
March 02, 2013
A good place on the corner with piazza Marina where you can try some street food (panelle, crocchè, milza, arancine)
Francesco Paolo
Francesco Paolo
October 14, 2018
offerta gastronomica varia e per tutte le tasche
Pietro
Pietro
August 16, 2018
È la via più antica di Palermo, storicamente conosciuta con il nome di Cassaro (dall’arabo “al-Qasr” ovvero il castello, poiché era la strada che conduceva al Palazzo Reale). La strada si estende da Porta Nuova, a monte, nei pressi di Piazza Indipendenza, a Porta Felice, verso il mare, in prossimità…
Roberta & Claudio
Roberta & Claudio
August 14, 2018
A pochi passi da casa raggiungi la Via Roma da cui passano tutti gli autobus che collegano la citta a qualsiasi altro punto, a dieci minuti a piedi si trova la Stazione centrale da cui partono teni e bus che raggiungono tutte le località turistiche e città della Sicilia
Anna Maria
Anna Maria
August 10, 2018
ci sono negozi di tutti i tipi

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Bistro
“tipica via pedonale nel centro storico palermitano - nice and historical pedestrian street”
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Point of Interest
“Very big and old market, good for food shopping & more , with street food stalls and outdoor bars this whole area is up & coming”
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Bar
“Cheap and fun local drinking hole. Great atmosphere, ideal for meeting people... and just fun in general!”
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Restaurant italien
“The Royal Palace of Palermo (11th-12th centuries) is the main monument to represent the wealth and political and cultural power of the Norman kingdom, a model of Arab-Norman architecture. An ancient Islamic Castrum erected on pre-existing Punic origins, from 1072 it became the residence of the Norman sovereigns. Its Torre Pisana (second quarter of the 12th century) is a unique example of a fortified tower, similar to those of the Norman donjon, whose plan is similar to ifriqeni Islamic models. La Joharia (mid-12th century) includes Sala dei Venti and Sala di Ruggero. The Sala dei Venti, or of the four columns, derives its architecture from the durqa'a, the inner courtyard of the Islamic ifriqeni and Fatimid palaces. It is preserved intact and is in fact one of the best preserved examples of this architectural typology in the medieval Mediterranean. Sala di Ruggero is characterized by impressive mosaics that cover the walls and the cross vault with profane, hunting and paradisiac scenes. The mosaics of Stanza di Ruggero, together with the fragments preserved in the Pisan Tower and the mosaic panel of Sala della Fontana in Palazzo della Zisa, are rare examples of profane decorations, distinguished by the significant presence of figurative elements derived from Islamic and Sassanid culture.. A widespread genre in the Byzantine courtly world of which today there are no traces except in historical sources.”
  • 126 personnes du coin recommandent
Place
“Ospita al suo interno il Giardino Garibaldi, con i suoi alberi secolari ed è circondata da numerosi edifici storici, come Palazzo Chiaramonte Steri, sede della Santa Inquisizione. Qui sabato e la domenica mattina si svolge un originale e caratteristico mercatino dove si può trovare di tutto (anche ad esempio vecchi vinili...) # It houses the Giardino Garibaldi, with its ancient trees and is surrounded by numerous historic buildings, such as Palazzo Chiaramonte Steri, the seat of the Inquisition. Here on Saturday and Sunday morning there is an original and characteristic flea market where you can find everything (including old vinyl for example...)”
  • 63 personnes du coin recommandent
Emplacement
Palermo, Sicily