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Palermo, quartiere Borgo Vecchio, Palermo
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  • Old village in the heart of palermo ... "arrusti and tip" that great barbecue where they cook fish meat sausage and STIGGHIOLA ... great everything. The village breaks down only late at night when they get all the guys drinking beer and make it a bit confusing. But the gem are "TASCI" those that drive up L stereo audio so high that are shaking the Windows of the houses:))))), I think it's typical that too. Anyway I highly recommend it!
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  • Interesting area of Palermo, close to the port. The modernity of his little touched-only restaurants and shops. Most of the buildings remain intact and unchanged from past centuries and clearly in need of repair, some crumbled plaster, made not long ago Yes and sidewalks is not in the best condition. On the other hand, is the real Sicily.
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  • Once lived close and loved walking on this authentic area of Palermo. What he and worth-destroyed places, with obvalivšimisâ plaster and sometimes walls-gives him an incredible atmosphere, its spirit, which, despite the island disaster, still living on the streets.
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