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Porta Nuova, Palermo

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  • Dating back to the late 16th, is located in Corso Vittorio Emmanuele and practically mark the historical part of Palermo except the Royal Palace and the Cappella Palatina.
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  • There was bigger architecturally. A massive gate without elegance, yet impressive. Earlier, it was the main town gate in Palermo. It is built at the Royal Palace.
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  • The Porta Nuova, near the Palace of the Normans, is a pretty door which marks the separation between the historic center of Palermo and modern neighborhoods. She was built in 1583, and destroyed after an explosion in 1667 and rebuilt 2 years later.
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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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