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Convento dei Cappuccini, Palermo
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  • Attended Capuchin catacombs (definitely worth a visit, impressions will remain for a long time), and looked at the same time and in the Church of the Capuchins. Small, comfortable, a lot of wood carving, especially beautiful altar. Look, if you visit the catacombs
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  • A visit is worthwhile in the catacombs of the Capuchin monastery, which however slightly away from the city centre and is therefore also not easy to find. The motto is saying that is Memento Mori at the entrance. A special encounter with death and a confrontation with the own transience. Worthwhile.
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  • in the vicinity of the catacombs, the igleasi today pernetece to the order of the Capuchins of Baroque style, with wood accents
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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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