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Torre di San Nicolo all'Albergheria, Palermo

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Torre di San Nicolo all'Albergheria is located in Palermo. Add Torre di San Nicolo all'Albergheria to your Palermo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Palermo vacation builder.
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  • This tower was built in the 13rd century, goes up to a height of 35 metres. The great thing about that you can climb to the top. Entrance to the tower is open in the morning (we were about eleven am). Top lead 83 steps, recovery requires some effort but delight from those offered from the observation deck, provided!
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  • After a long day on your feet rise on this tower was not easy. Lift, unfortunately there is no need to climb the narrow and steep stairs. But look great, you can see a lot of churches, squares, villas.
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  • Leaving aside the administrative subdivision of the district not just uplifting, the square Tower in Tuff you can enjoy an exceptional view over most of the historic center of Palermo. It was the civic Tower erected in ' 300 by the city to defend the walls of the city. Lost the meaning of Defense the original appearance was refined at the second level by mullioned Windows. The Church of San Nicolò in Albergheria, to a later period, leaned on the Tower, which once also had a watch that, along with two others in the city, pounding, two hours after sunset, the 52 chimes called "the castiddana", with whom announcing artisans to stop work and close up shop and the people not to turn over the streets.
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