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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Italy
Pisa
Duomo
 Mosaic on the inner dome.
Italy
Pisa
Duomo
 The chandelier used by Galileo to work out the theory of the pendulum.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1185.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Tomb of the Norman king, Constantine, one of the Royal Tombs.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Tomb of Norman king, Roger II.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 The Treasury is the cathedral museum.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Silver carriage for Santa Rosalia.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Norman crown worn by Constance of Aragon.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 18th silver ware.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 1637 jewel encrusted silver chalice.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 16th Century Peace with Piety made from silver and gilded silver.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Enamel icon.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Detail of robe worn by Constance of Aragon.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Royal robe with bird and flowers.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Peacock on robe.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 The Crypt contains the tombs of Norman knights and nobles.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Tomb of a Norman knight.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Tomb of a knight in the crypt.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Tomb with Hellenistic symbols.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Carved Hellenistic symbols om a marble tomb.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Cathedral
 Carved tomb.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 Carthaginian foundations.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The beautiful Palatine Chapel.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Palatine Chapel is covered with mosaics.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 Detail of a mosaic in the Palatine Chapel.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Palatine Chapel dates from 1130.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Palatine Chapel is in Byzantine style.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The mosaics in the Palatine Chapel show scenes from the Bible.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The roof of the Palatine Chapel is carved wood in Arabic style.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 Decorated balustrade in the Palatine Chapel.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Hercules Room is the parliamentary debating centre.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Hall of the Winds is part of the royal chambers.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The skylight of the Hall of the Winds.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The carved wooden ceiling of the Hall of the Winds.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Hall of Roger.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The Hall of Roger is the bedroom of King Roger II.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 Mosaic of peacocks in the Hall of Roger.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Palace of the Normans
 The ceiling mosaic of the Hall of Roger.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
San Cataldo Church
 The interior domes are in Arab-Norman style.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
San Cataldo Church
 Byzantine style icon.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 Renoir-like scene by Michele Catti.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 Four paintings by Antonio Leto.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 "Woman With A Sick Child" by Luigi di Giovanni, 1890.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 "La Comunicade" by Pietro Canonica.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 Painting of a woman by Lia Pasqualino Noto.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 "The Madre del'ucciso" by Fransesco Ciusa.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Duomo
 Cardinal Dusmet.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 The Graeco-Roman theatre is made from volcanic basalt.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 In the Odeon.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 The Church of Saint Francis of Assisi overlooks the ruins.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 The site dates from the 2nd Century.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 Much of the site is flooded.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Bellini Museum
 Manuscript of composer, Vincenzo Bellini.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Bellini Museum
 Upright piano made in London, 1910.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Bellini Museum
 Piano from 1825.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Bellini Museum
 Piano table from Vienna, 1830.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Bellini Museum
 Gramophone.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Emilio Greco Museum
 Photograph of artist, Emilio Greco with Italian actor, Sophia Loren in his studio.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Emilio Greco Museum
 Drawing of a woman from 1981.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Emilio Greco Museum
 Drawing of a kissing couple from 1970.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Emilio Greco Museum
 Drawing of three women from 1991.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 The courtyard.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 The castle houses a museum of historical antiquities.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 5th Century BC urn.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 3th Century BC rython.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Roman mosaic from the 4th century.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Urn showing a snake in a tree from the 4th century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Marble relief showing the blinding of Polyphenus from the 2nd Century AD.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 6th Century BC Greek sarcophagus.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Tomb cover from the 12th Century for a Knight of the Golden Fleece.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Paintings by Michael Rapisardi from 1871.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The Archeological Park is the site of ancient Greek city of Syracuse, once home to Archimedes.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Amphitheatre dating from the 2nd century AD from the later Roman city.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Parts of the Roman amphitheatre.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Roman sarcophagus.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The Ara of Heron II, a 3rd cenmtury BC sacrificial site.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Greek amphitheatre dating from 5th century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The Greek amphitheatre saw the first staging of the plays of Aeschylus.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Catacombs above the Greek amphitheatre.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Cave entrance.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The catacombs are carved from the limestone.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Waterfall inside a grotto.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Carved rockface.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Ruined church by limestone cliffs.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Roman ruins.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Temple of Apollo.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 The Duomo was bult on the site of a Greek temple.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 The Duomo uses parts of the 5th century BC Greek temple to Athena.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Greek style pillars on the outside of the Duomo.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 The Duomo interior.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Arches and windows in the Duomo.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Greek columns and Christain statues in the Duomo.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 Altar inside the Duomo.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Ortygia
 The Duomo is the world's best preserved Greek temple.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Valley of the Temples is a series of Greek temples set on a ridge between the city and the sea.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The site is the ancient Greek city of Akragas.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Hercules dates from the 6th century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Hypogeum is a circular structure.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Grotto of Fragapani.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Concordia is the most complete on the site and dates from 440 BC.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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