Palermo was made the capital of Sicily by the Arabs in the ninth century AD, a position it has held ever since. Famous for its Arabo-Norman monuments, the city has a strong North African atmosphere with its winding street markets and squares filled with palm trees.

Introduction to Palermo
Eating well in Palermo
Norman Monuments in Palermo
Baroque Monuments in Palermo
Teatro Massimo
Santa Rosalia and Van Dyck

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