Eremo di Santa Rosalia alla Quisquina, Santo Stefano Quisquina

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  • I strongly urge to visit this place. Things could hardly manage to tell ... You have to experience it to understand.
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  • Mystical and fascinating place, surrounded by woods and steep slopes. Perched on a mountain but easy to get offers both the opportunity to visit the Church that the cave where retired santa Rosolia, tiny cave, cramped and striking for its simplicity. You can take a walk in the surrounding woods and enjoy the view of the surrounding valleys. RECOMMENDED.
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  • Exciting for me from Palermo, visit this shrine erected around the middle of ' 700 on the site of the cave where he lived in the twelfth century. the noble Rosalia Sinibaldi, the patron saint of Palermo before moving on Mount Pellegrino at Palermo. But even more exciting is to enter, although with some difficulty, in the cave that tradition is occupied by Santa.
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  • A beautiful place surrounded by greenery and nature. For those who venerate the patron saint of Palermo is a fundamental step to know its history. You can freely visit the Church and the cave, paying-instead-a guided tour of the monastery and to the crypt.
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  • Interesting place to visit not only for the history that it contains but because of its geographical position that places him on the slopes of Mount quisquina in the heart of monti sicani.
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  • Place charming and quaint. Not to mention the magnificent landscape views from here.
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  • A pleasant "Re" discovered There was a kid with my parents. Back now I rediscovered the beauty of a place from distant atmospheres. Council to visit at a time not exactly winter unless you're well-equipped. The structure is made visiting and illustrated by delightful boys we made friends, telling stories and anecdotes and Santa Rosalia. The cave in which they say fled Santa Rosalia for years. Council to visit it, especially families.
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  • It's a very religious
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