This beautiful bridge proudly represents one of the most famous Florentine landmarks. It goes over Arno River. It dates back to Medieval period and since then it has been used as a place where many merchants could offer their goods.
Long time ago, Sicily was possessed by the Greeks. They built there numerous temples which today contribute to tourism. Valley of the temples is located near Agrigento. It is sort of archaeological park with eight temples built about 500 years BC.
Pitti Palace is a beautiful palace built in the renaissance style and it dates back to mid 15th century. As it is to assume, it got its name by a rich owner, a banker Luca Pitti. A century later, it was bought by word wide known noble family, the Medici and the palace became their residence.
Fontana Pretoria is a large fountain built by Francesco Camilliani in the mid 16th century. One interesting fact about this fountain is that it wasn´t actually built in Palermo but in Florence and later on transported to Palermo on Pretoria Square.
Hours:9.00 am - 5.30 pm Mon-Sat, closed on Sundays
Address:Piazza San Domenico
If we were to choose churches by importance this church one would surely be the second after the Palermo cathedral. It was firs erected in the 15th century but then was completely reconstructed in the mid 17th century so it can even be considered as if it dates back to the period of its latest reconstruction.
Address:Marinella di Selinunte, Castelvetrano (Trapani)
Piazza San Carlo is the current name of one of the most vivid squares of this marvelous city. During its long history it had several names, such as Piazza Reale, Piazza d´Armi, Place Napoléon. It has been known as Piazza San Carlo Borromeo since 1618.
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