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Villino Florio, Palermo

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  • Villino Florio is a wonderful example of Liberty in Palermo, unfortunately only the exterior was maintained, the Interior was almost completely restored philologically. Shame about the décor absolutely anachronistic and not adhering to the style of the Belle Époque period. The garden completely abandoned to itself. It would be nice to be extended visiting hours, which is currently only in the morning.
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  • After years of closure, this jewel of habitation was reopened. It can be visited, is enviable, is a unique place. Look the TV version the Mafia kills summer only to understand what risks he ran this gem in the years ' 70 and beyond. Go is an obligation. Difficult parking.
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  • A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit Villa florio, whose beauty from the outside, at least, is perceptible by all. The Interior is gorgeous, the staircase leading to the upper floor is covered with wood and fabrics, too bad the ground, after a fire in 1962 went almost entirely destroyed. Worth a visit for the skill and preparation of guides.
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  • This beautiful example of Art Nouveau Palermo survived the sack of Palermo degli anni ' 60 and a fire that has destroyed inside leaving only the outer walls with the roof and chimneys. Thrace at this fire is the fireplace with green tiles. Was restored based on photos stored in various files although the furniture inside does not reflect the original. The roofs were all made of precious wood as the flooring. In any case, is a beautiful example of Art Nouveau of which we should all be proud of
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  • Delicious. A jewel among the buildings. Eclectic style, the result of taste of the bourgeoisie of the golden years of palermo. Too bad the Interior is destroyed due to a fire and that restoration nn justice to what was supposed to be a time. It is known from some original pieces like fireplace and wooden ceiling decorations, blackened but still intact. Who has done restoration work still has the merit of making it usable finally after so many years of waiting.
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  • Architecturally a beautiful structure but totally inadequate to its history the lack of furniture; the garden is devoid of flowers that would give color
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  • Seeing only the building in Art Nouveau style with beautiful wrought iron finishes. After the restoration his appearance has changed.
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  • fabulous villa even before the renovation, now is even more fabulous
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