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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 »
  • Obviously cannot bear comparison with Zisa but a quick visit is still interesting, gives an idea of how the Park should be majestic and astonishing Genuardo in the vision of the Arabs. Unfortunately it is not so great but some details like the engravings in Arabic or the only remaining interior décor make fascinating visits.
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  • Unfortunately, little remains of what was Cuba, stripped of the rich interior ornaments, you can now imagine surrounded by huge Genoardo Park real consists of a reservoir and from plants of any kind! A little gem hidden!
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  • 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
  • Bel Hall of earthly delights of Arab-Norman style with remains of decorations inside. Today very run down. What do you expect to participate? When everything from now on will be on the ground?
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  • UNESCO monuments of Palermo. to be valued
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