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Porta Nuova, Palermo
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  • beginning of cassaro, then long sea port road to the other, here's from here they passed the thousand and liberated the city here on this street came out of the carriages with the notables of the time, here is today there is so much traffic
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  • From here you pass to access the corso Vittorio Emanuele. The newly restored presents an imposing structure surmounted by a pyramidal roof. Features the statues that adorn. Also worth seeing at night
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  • It lies between the Cathedral and the Royal Palace so doesn't require you to go there on purpose, its definitely worth it for historicity and for as is required.
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  • It is beautiful, there is no other discussion. The avenue leading to it makes it even more exciting to see from afar.
  • An ornate but imposing gate to the city.
  • one of the two gates on via Vittorio Emanuele. the top has been recently renewed
  • it's amazing and simply beautiful gate to the palermo city. astonishing!
  • This monumental gate built to commemorate the victory of Charles V on the Moors, here represented as huge telamons, is one of the most beautiful Renaissance ports of Italy. To see
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