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La Magione, Palermo

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  • Beautiful! If you are interested in visiting the church for its historical value then you will not be disappointed. It really is marvelous.  more »
  • Basilica della Santissima Trinita, Basilica del Cancelliere, Basilica la Magione or just plain La Magione, so many elaborate names for such a simple church. The history of the church is a bit like ’pa...  more »
  • I've never seen a church quite like it. Very understated on the inside (compared to many of the Baroque churches in the city) but impressive all the same. The exterior is one of the best "non cathedra...  more »
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  • Wide garden square with some archaeological remains. Childhood neighbourhood of Falcone and Borsellino. Numerous eateries of various types
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