Sicily, part III

In addition to Corleone, on our second day we visited Sicily’s capital Palermo, the town of Monreale 3 miles south of Palermo, where one of the greatest examples of Norman architecture in the world—the Monreale Cathedral—is, and after that we drove through central Sicily back to the northern coast—Cefalù.

Palermo cathedral.

Palermo cathedral.

Inside the Palermo cathedral.

Inside the Palermo cathedral.

Convento San Domenico.

Convento San Domenico.

As in Seville, Vienna and other medieval cities in Europe, you can also discover Palermo by paying enormous amounts of money.

As in Seville, Vienna and other medieval cities in Europe, you can also discover Palermo by paying enormous amounts of money.

Quattro Canti.

Quattro Canti.

Monreale cathedral.

Monreale cathedral.

Inside the Monreale cathedral.

Inside the Monreale cathedral.

Cefalù coastline.

Cefalù coastline.

A view from the hotel terrace, right at the Cefalù cathedral.

A view from the hotel terrace, right at the Cefalù cathedral.

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