This historic Roman church from 1191 is situated at the Piazza Magione. The building itself is not cramped in between others, as is typical in Europe, and features a nice cloister and Arab-Norman architecture. It is comparable to the cathedral in Monreale, also with Moorish influence, although featuring fewer mosaics. Interestingly enough, there is a small bar/café set up in the courtyard if you want to take a break and enjoy the view of this historic building.
Currently serving as Palermo's City Hall, this beautiful villa was home to the Niscemi family for... Read more