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San Giovanni degli Eremiti

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Bruno And Breakfast
Bruno And Breakfast
April 30, 2019
The monumental complex of San Giovanni degli Eremiti (first half of the 12th century) includes the church with the cloister – as part of the monastery founded by Ruggero II around 1132 – and the “Arabian Hall” with a rectangular plan, a passage from a mosque of the X century. The church has a…
Davide
Davide
July 22, 2018
From Monday to Saturday 9.00-19.00 (last admission 18.30) Sundays and holidays 9.00-13.30 (last admission 13.00) Ticket : 6 euro
Daniela & Vittoria
Daniela & Vittoria
May 21, 2018
This remarkable, five-domed remnant of Arab-Norman architecture occupies a magical little hillside in the middle of an otherwise rather squalid neighbourhood. Surrounded by a garden of citrus trees, palms, cacti, rosemary bushes and ruined walls, it's built atop a mosque that itself was superimposed…
Virginia
Virginia
November 07, 2017
Old Roman walls, ancient Church, Islamic mosque, emotional garden...
Agostino
Agostino
July 10, 2015
One of the most significant churches built by the Normans probably over a mosque.

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16 Via dei Benedettini
Palermo, Sicilia 90134
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