Photo Sharing: That Year I Spent One Day in Palermo

The other day I was tidying up my photo collections, and found the pictures that I took during my trip to Palermo 7 years ago.

Italy was one of the first European countries that I visited, and despite all the other famous cities (Milan, Florence, Rome……) I went to Sicily on my first trip to Italy!

It was a pity that I only stayed in Palermo for one day, and my memories of my Palermo tour was not very vivid any more. Although I wasn’t able to take time to appreciate the beauty that Palermo offered, I still did capture some nice snaps of this special place.

Morning Palermo โค From the balcony of my hotel room.
Morning Palermo! From the balcony of my hotel room.

Walking on the street in Palermo
Walking on the street in Palermo

A must-see sight: The Palermo Cathedral
The Palermo Cathedral
The Palermo Cathedral
The Palermo Cathedral
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Chiesa di Domenico (Saint Dominic Church)
Chiesa di Domenico (Saint Dominic Church)

Under the blue sky of Palermo
Under the blue sky of Palermo

The Baroque architecture in Palermo
The Baroque architecture in Palermo
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Window behind a church

One of the places that I always find lots of fun is the fresh market. I found all kinds of flavors and delicious things in the fresh market in Palermo.
Dried tomato found in the fresh market
Fresh fruits. What a nice selections!

The Opera dei Pupi (Opera of the Puppets)
The Opera dei Pupi (Opera of the Puppets)

Right before I left Palermo, I found this delicious Arancine, one of the most popular traditional Sicilian food, in the train station. What a nice thing to end my short stay in this wonderful city! Yumm~~~ ๐Ÿ˜›
Arancine, one of the best traditional Sicilian food. So Yumm~~~

2 thoughts on “Photo Sharing: That Year I Spent One Day in Palermo

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