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Convento dei Cappuccini, Palermo

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  • It is not for children nor for people sensible; there are mummies dressed in XVIII or XIX century clothes, a lot of historical personalities very impressive the excellently preserved body of a 2 year ...  more »
  • The Capuchin monastery, one of the then famous and most visited of the city, for the simple reason that in this place is one of the most creepy and macabre of Palermo. In the basement are in fact perf...  more »
  • It's the kind of place that's a 'must' because it's a totally 'one off' experience. 3 Euros entry fee and 8,000 dead and decaying bodies to look at.....just think, all these people actually wanted to ...  more »
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  • The exhibition show conserved mummies, which are up to 400 years old. Who the is this visit like to recommend. Unfortunately, it is (just) an exhibition and it hardly approach the preservation is barely described. (If in Italian)
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