Palazzina Cinese, Palermo

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  • August 8, 2017
    We devoted a Sunday as tourists in town looking for monuments to visit, yet never seen before, the Palazzina Cinese you allocated tops the list, Museum Royal residence of the Bourbons of the two Sicilies. Interesting and off they hit different rooms with different styles, more than all the Arab Hall and the Hall with mechanical swivel table. Sin but not having had the possibility since there was a guide to explain the different environments, don't have a brochure in Italian only. Careful not to walk off mats along the corridors, I understand it's a monument but if they could they would get fined or thrown out, the kids know they are curious ... ... Anyway nice to visit.
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  • July 31, 2017
    Start this review with that title because I hit the fence of the mansion. It consists of a classic Banister, and at each end there is a sort of window with little bells attached below that-in turn to the breath of the wind-tinkle. Inside the building you are invaded by several Chinese-style décor and including space a few trompe-l'oeil
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  • July 28, 2017
    Beautiful building built by the Bourbons, in part restored, although we are still seeing her entirely recovered. The Museum is almost always open but is always open entrance, through the little door next to the gate and other inputs, the parco della Favorita or villa Niscemi, to visit this architectural gem and the adjoining garden. On Sundays is filled with children and families and is a quiet place to rest. By the way, did you know that the adjacent Favorita Park, which leads to the beach of Mondello, is the largest city park in Europe?
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  • An unexpected surprise near Palermo. This is a beautiful and very special Villa of a Chinese architecture that is decorated differently in each floor, all done by Sicilian painters.
  • And a fabulous and wonderful evening sunset in Chinese style and historic villa full of greenery and trees around the Town Hall of the municipality of Palermo. Hello soon. O.k.
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  • Very nice building Chinese style. Very nice that contains many frescoes. Royal residence of Ferdinand lV of Bourbon. Nice garden.
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  • an impressive monument placed in the greenery of a luxuriant Park of plants of each species very well looked after. a site to revisit to spend good time in relaxation.
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  • One of the most curious buildings of a city with plenty of surprises, celebration of exoticism that was particularly fashionable in European high society in the late 700 and the beginning of the 800.
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