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Taidemuseo
“Palazzo Abatellis (also known as Palazzo Patella) is located in the Kalsa quarter. It is home to the Gallery of Art for the Sicilian region”
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Taidemuseo
“Home to the painting Portrait of an "Unknown Man" by Renaissance master Antonello da Messina. Both historical and artistic beauties of any age are located in this esteemed museum. ”
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Taidemuseo
“It is a museum of popular traditions of Palermo, named after Antonio Pasqualino, who picked up the nucleus of the collection of Sicilian puppets, puppets and marionettes from around the world.”
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Taidemuseo
“Al suo interno si trova una tra le più grandi collezioni europee di mattonelle in maiolica italiane antiche di un periodo compreso tra il XV ed il XIX secolo con oltre 4900 esemplari.”
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History Museum
“Storia della mattanza, della conservazione del tonno, della famiglia Florio. Storia della battaglia delle Egadi, 244 a. C. tra Cartagine e Roma. Interessantissimo. Mostre fotografiche, vasche di stabulazione per tartarughe marine!”
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Taidemuseo
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Taidemuseo
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Yleinen viihde
“UNA FONDAZIONE DEDICATA ALLA DIFFUSIONE DELL' ARTE E DELLA CULTURA - OFFERTA DI ESPOSIZIONI D'ARTE SEMPRE DI ALTISSIMA QUALITÀ', IN UN PALAZZO STORICO DELLA CITTÀ'.”
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Historialliset museot

Linna
“Pinacoteca, resti archeologici e mostre temporanee in un contesto particolarmente suggestivo. Pinacoteca, archaeological remains and temporary exhibitions in a particularly suggestive context.”
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History Museum
“Established in the 18th century, since 1988 the museum is located in the headquarters of Villa Landolina and is dedicated to the great archaeologist Paolo Orsi, who carried out the main studies on the city. The Archaeological Museum "Paolo Orsi" collects the most important documentation of prehistory, the protohistory of Sicily and famous works of Greek and Roman art, ceramics, marbles, architectural decorations. The oldest finds range from the Paleolithic to the Bronze Age; notable objects that testify to The Egee, Anatolian and Mycenaean influences. Precious are the kits of the Greek-Sicule necropolis, the ceramic material, the dense reliefs, the archaic statues. Gemma of the Museum is the "Venus anadiomene", called Venus Landolina after her discoverer, a statue of Roman-Hellenistic invoice. The material also comes from excavations of the many Greek colonies of Sicily, from Megara Hyblea, to Eloro, Akrai, Kasmenai, Kamarina and from numerous Hellenized indigenous centers. Since 2010 it is also open to the public...”
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Museum
“The Zisa palace (from the Arabic al-Azīz, or “the splendid”) was outside the walls of the ancient town of Palermo, inside the Genoardo (from the Arabic Jannat al-ar or “garden or paradise on the earth”) of which it is the most important and representative monument. With its building peculiarities and its crystalline forms, it refracts the lights of the ifriqena architecture and constitutes the best preserved model of the Arab-Norman architecture. William I began to build it in 1165 and his successor William II completed it. To enrich the palace is the Sala della Fontana located on the ground floor of the building, embellished with profane mosaics and muqarnas vaults. In addition to the fishing pond in front of the complex, there was also a coeval small and precious chapel.”
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History Museum
“The perfect place to watch amazing sunsets and the salt pans sipping a cocktail. ”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Dionysius used the cave as a prison for political dissidents, and by means of the perfect acoustics eavesdropped on the plans and secrets of his captives.”
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History Museum
“Cava Ispica is a river valley which for 13 km affects the Ibleo plateau, between the towns of Modica and Pozzallo. The valley, surrounded by the typical Mediterranean vegetation, preserves prehistoric burial sites, Christian catacombs, rock speakers, monastic hermitages and settlements of various types. ”
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History Museum
“ The regional Archaeological Museum is one of the most modern museums in Sicily and contains important archeological finds from the provinces of Agrigento and Caltanissetta dating from prehistoric to Roman times. Among the collections are finds from the Neolithic, Bronze, and Iron Ages and ancient finds from Gela and the necropolis at Montelusa, the oldest known graves in the area. Highlights to look for include a fifth-century-BC red-figured Greek crater from Gela showing an Amazon battle, black- and red-figured pottery from Athens and Italy dating from the sixth to third centuries BC, capitals and gargoyles with lion's heads from various temples, and the marble statue of an ephebe from about 480 BC. An entire two-story room is devoted to the buildings of the enormous temple of the Olympian Zeus, with a model and reconstruction drawings and one of the original 38 Atlas figures, the head of another Atlas, and other fragments.”
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History Museum
“visits times: Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00 to 19.00 (ticket office closing 30 minutes before). Open first Sunday of the month from 9.00 to 13.30.”
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Näköalapaikat

Volcano
“Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano, stands about 3,300 meters between Catania and Taormina. It erupts regularly, and since 2002 visitors are not allowed to climb to the top of any of its four craters (hiking up is allowed). Regular buses depart for Etna from Catania”
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Island
“Isola Bella is a gorgeous pebbled beach which includes an islet of the same name. Isola Bella, known as the Pearl of the Ionian Sea, is considered the most charming and gorgeous beach of the district of Messina. Placed close at the foot of the town, the bay has a pebbled beach, but the most important attraction is the islet of the same name located in front of the beach characterised by a lush vegetation. The islet is connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of beach which is covered by water at high tide. Water is blue and clear, full of spectacular marine flora and a fascinating seabed.”
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Maisemallinen näköalapaikka
“E' la montagna sacra di Palermo dove è possibile visitare il santuario di Santa Rosalia. La montagna ha diversi percorsi trekking o è possibile fare delle escursioni in mountain bike. It is the sacred mountain of Palermo where it is possible to visit the sanctuary of Santa Rosalia. The mountain has several trekking routes or it is possible to go on MTB excursions.”
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Nature Preserve
“Natural Protected Area with Tipical Mediterranean Sea Vegetation and rare Fishes and Birds.”
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Linna
“The Citadel - Gozo’s Jewel in the Crown. Make sure you visit the impressive grain/water silos.”
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Maisemallinen näköalapaikka
“Dove si incontrano i due mari (Tirreno e Mediterraneo), un posto affascinante da visitare assolutamente.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“A special place connected to the myth of the nymph Aretusa where the natural papyrus still grows”
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Maisemallinen näköalapaikka
“From the lonely planet guide: "The southernmost of the region's two salt museums is housed in a beautifully restored 16th-century windmill opposite the Mozia boat dock, just 10km north of Marsala. It has displays about the history of salt production in the area, including a film in multiple languages. From 4pm to 6pm on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons in summer, you can see the windmill in action.”
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Historialliset nähtävyydet

Historiallinen paikka
“The Greek Theatre of Taormina is the most fascinating historical monument of the “pearl of the Ionian Sea”. It is one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions, so that Johann Wolfgang Goethe in his famous “Journey to Italy” wrote: “No theater audience has never had such a sight in front of him.” The greek-Roman theater is divided into three parts: the scene, the orchestra and the auditorium. The scene, which is in front of the auditorium, is the place where the actors acted. According to the experts’ reconstruction, this part was decorated with two rows of columns, one facing the other. The scene has also three large arched openings at a symmetric distance one another, and six niches placed three on the right and three on the left of the central arch. On the scene there are the remains of six column bases and four Corinthian columns that were raised after 1860. The auditorium is formed by a series of steps starting from the bottom and climbing upward, spreading up to the summit, where spectators were seated. The orchestra is the lowest level of the whole theatre. This space was intended for musicians who played during the performance. Dug directly in the hard rock of Mount Tauro, in the third century BC, it could accommodate thousands of sitting spectators. It is known that the Greeks architects used to build their most important buildings as if Nature could be part of them. The natural scenery was integrated with the architecture of the theatre, like light and air insinuated between the columns of a greek temple.The theatre shape could allow a perfect listening from any area of the auditorium. In the late imperial period, the theatre was adapted for gladiatorial games. With the fall of the West then, everything came to a end. The marbles were removed and so the monumental columns. Only after the end of the war, some sections of the original construction were completed by a great work of restoration.”
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Kirkko
“A Norman church refurbished many times in other periods. It looks baroque outside but once you get in you'll find the most stunning and precious bizantine mosaics of the Norman period. This church is a must see in Palermo, together with the other two in the same piazza!”
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Kirkko
“Is the royal chapel of the Norman kings of Sicily situated on the first floor at the center of the Palazzo Reale”
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Historiallinen paikka
“a magical, unmissable place revealing the greek and roman civilization of Syracuse”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Officially known as Piazza Vigliena is a Baroque square crossing of the two principal streets in Palermo, the Via Maqueda and the Corso Vittorio Emanuele. The exact center of the historic city of Palermo (350 m from home!) ”
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Historiallinen paikka
“The Cathedral of Monreale, founded by William II in 1172 and dedicated to Santa Maria Nuova houses the largest mosaic decoration (over 6,000 square meters) of the entire production of the Mediterranean basin, performed by Byzantine workers, with vetero stories and new Testamentaries and the Christ Pantocrator in the apse. The plant, like the great Cistercian and Cluniac Romanesque cathedrals, follows the model of the Cathedral of Cefalù. The use of bichrome inlays in lava stone, recessed niches with rings, braided arches and chevron enriches the walls of the external façades and the apses, highlighting the architectural ribs. On the right side of the presbytery, there are the sarcophagus in porphyry of Guglielmo I and the marble one of Guglielmo II. The Cathedral is next to the cloister of the ancient Benedictine monastery characterized by arcades with ogival arches with double arches, supported by twin columns, alternately decorated with mosaics. The sculptural plastic of the capitals, engraved with biblical scenes, is a surprising and original example of Romanesque-Mediterranean art, where there is a mixture of formal and ornamental elements with a classic flavor and Gothic elements of Provençal taste.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“one of the most famous place of Palermo, called also "piazza della vergogna" (shame) because of the naked statues. ”
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Linna
“A sumptuous castle immersed in the Sicilian countryside. If the gorgeous interiors will remind you of cinema glory, your memory would be right: "The Leopard" famous dance scenes were filmed here. The garden is an experience in itself, where you can (literally) lose yourself in a fascinatingly historical labyrinth.”
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Kirjastot

Library
“E' possibile visitare, gratuitamente, le sale storiche della biblioteca. a pochi metri di distanza (via maqueda 157) è possibile visitare, sempre gratuitamente, la grandiosa Sala dell'Archivio Storico Comunale di Palermo progettata e costruita nel 1880 da Giuseppe Damiani Almeyda”
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Museum
“Una delle meraviglie nascoste nel centro storico di Agrigento. Essa nasce come biblioteca personale di un vescovo di Agrigento vissuto nel ‘700, Andrea Lucchesi Palli. Oggi, al suo interno, si trovano oltre 45.000 volumi, che trattano di teologia, filosofia, storia e di materie umanistiche raccolti su pregiati scaffali di legno intagliati a mano.”
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Library
“Also known as the Bibliotheca it was founded in 1776 by Grand Master Emmanuel de Rohan-Polduc as a reference library. It has been the legal deposit library since 1925 and has the largest collection of Melitensia along with that of the University of Malta. The library also contains archives of the Order of St John, the University of Mdina and the University of Valletta. The Bibliotheca is housed in a late 18th century neoclassical building close to the Grand Masters Palace.”
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Library
“ «Un luo­go in­tri­so di sto­ria e di cul­tu­ra dove pas­sa­to e pre­sen­te si in­con­tra­no e con­vi­vo­no in ar­mo­nia tra loro» –così viene definita que­sta in­can­te­vo­le strut­tu­ra, si­tua­ta nel cuo­re del Mo­na­ste­ro dei Be­ne­det­ti­ni di San Ni­co­lò l’A­re­na a Ca­ta­nia, di­chia­ra­to nel 2002, Pa­tri­mo­nio del­l’U­ma­ni­tà dal­l’U­ne­sco. I fio­ri al­l’oc­chiel­lo del­la Bi­blio­te­ca sono la pre­zio­sa Bib­bia mi­nia­ta dei se­co­li XIII-XIV, at­tri­bui­ta a Pie­tro Ca­val­li­ni e con­si­de­ra­ta una del­le cin­que più bel­le al mon­do, e la “Li­bre­ria dei Pa­dri Cas­si­ne­si”, me­glio nota come “Sala Vac­ca­ri­ni”, idea­ta dal­l’o­mo­ni­mo Ar­chi­tet­to pa­ler­mi­ta­no ”
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Library
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