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Castello della Cuba, Palermo

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  • Perhaps Palermo's administrators thought that one Great Norman palace was enough. This sad remnant of a glorious 'cuboid' palace of the 12th century which stood alongside its own moat and developed ga...  more »
  • Built in 1180 by William II, it is a Norman construction but heavy with Islamic influences. This was a grand palace, which must have looked spectacular, standing in its own artificial lake, surrounded...  more »
  • Loved to see this. But no English information was availabe. Nobody spoke English. It is absolutely worth a visit. Looks wonderfull, but I wish we could have gotten more background info. We didn't spen...  more »
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  • It is a ruin, not worth the long walk and not even 2€.
  • Super friend people who work there, tho they don't speak English, the explanations are translated though, pretty small, takes probably 10-15mins good time killer and is on the way to the catacombs place.
  • Arab-Norman ruins of an old relaxation palace in a bygone water court. Two euro admission = best deal in Palermo.
  • Closed on Sunday
  • You have to work a lot of fantasy, given that very little remains inside. But information signs help to contextualize what you are seeing. For families: up to 18 years free entrance
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