Sights


Bertini Palace

Palazzo Bertini is one of the eighteen monuments in Ragusa included by UNESCO in the serial site Late Baroque Town of the Val di Noto. Built at the end of the 18th century, it was modified in the following century when the street level was lowered.

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Zacco Palace (Ragusa)

Palazzo Zacco is one of the noble residences of Ragusa, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Built in the second half of the 18th century, it has typical late Baroque balconies decorated with grotesque corbels and anthropomorphic figures.

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Sortino Trono Palace

The Sortino Trono Palace is one of the noble palaces of Ragusa included in the UNESCO itinerary: Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto. It was built in several stages between 1778 and 1793 on the initiative of Don Ignazio Sortino Trono.

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The Osterio Magno

The Osterio Magno is one of the iconic buildings of Cefalù. Built in the early 1300s, it was the winter residence of the powerful Ventimiglia family. Various restoration works have brought to light some pre-existing rooms dating back to the period between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

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Abbey of Thelema (Cefalù)

Thelema Abbey is the name Aleister Crowley gave to the house where he lived in Cefalù for three years. The English magician and occultist completely covered the walls with erotic frescoes, which were covered over by the local population after his expulsion from Italy.

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The Four Corners

I Quattro Canti (The Four Corners) is one of Palermo’s most spectacular and popular spots. The four buildings that outline the square were built between 1608 and 1620, while the sculptures and decorative elements were completed in 1663.

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Castello della Zisa di Palermo

Palace of Zisa

The Palazzo della Zisa or Castello della Zisa, is the most well-preserved Islamic building in Sicily. It was the summer residence of Palermo’s Norman kings. Here, they devoted themselves to rest and entertainment.

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Palace of the Normans

The Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace) in Palermo, also known as the Palazzo dei Normanni (Palace of the Normans), is one of the most extraordinary buildings in Sicily. It chronicles the history of Palermo from the first Punic settlements to the present day.

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