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Inside there are art events such as exhibitions and concerts but also the major fairs of Palermo. Space is also dedicated to the theatres, museums and churches of the city.

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Massimo Theater Palermo Massimo Theater - Piazza Verdi - Palermo

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The Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele in Palermo is the largest opera house in Italy and the third largest in Europe after the Opéra National in Paris and the Staatsoper in Vienna. The theater offers a rich program of Opera, Ballet and Concerts every year.

Phone: +39.091.6053521
Web: Teatro Massimo

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Regional Archaeological Museum Palermo Regional Archaeological Museum - Via Bara all'Olivella, 24 - Palermo

The archaeological museum presents a rich collection of Phoenician-Punic finds (anthropoid sarcophagi, Punic votive stele from the center of Mozia), Egyptians (the famous hieroglyphic inscription "Pietra di Palermo", a statue of Prince Bes), marine finds (amphorae and anchors), sarcophagi and Roman statues.
In addition, a room dedicated to Roman sculpture with wall frescoes from the Roman villas of Solunto and a room of Greek sculpture with a fragment of the Parthenon frieze, the Decree of Entella, funerary aedicules from Lilibeo, funerary objects from the Punic necropolis of Palermo.
On the second floor, a section dedicated to Greek and Etruscan ceramics.

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00 to 18.00. Sundays and holidays from 9.00 to 13.30. Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Phone: +39.091.7489995
Web: Museo Archeologico Regionale

Gallery of Modern Art Palermo Gallery of Modern Art - Complesso monumentale di S.Anna, Via S.Anna, 21 - Palermo

176 paintings and 38 sculptures purchased at the Venice Biennale and other important art exhibitions represent the GAM collection in Palermo: the evolution of the portrait between Neoclassicism and Romanticism, the poetics of Verism and the transition to Naturalism; finally a section dedicated to the Italian and Sicilian twentieth century.

Hours: from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30 to 13.30. Closed on Monday, even if it is a public holiday. The ticket office closes one hour earlier.
Phone: +39.091.8431605, fax +39.091.8889894
Web: Galleria d'Arte Moderna

Cappella Palatina Palermo Cappella Palatina - Piazza del Parlamento, 1 - Palermo

A basilica with three naves dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul commissioned by the first Norman King Roger II of Altavilla and consecrated on 28 April 1140. The monument, one of the most visited in Sicily, stands out for the presence of Byzantine mosaics depicting Christ Pantocrator they entirely cover the dome, transept and apses.

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 8.30 to 16.30. Sunday from 8.30 to 12.30. The ticket office closes 30 minutes before.
Phone: +39.091.7055611.
Web: Cappella Palatina

Oratorio SS. Rosario in Santa Cita Oratorio SS. Rosario in Santa Cita - Piazza Vigliena - Palermo

Inaugurated in 1686 by the Compagnia del SS. Rosario in Santa Cita, the Oratory presents itself to the visitor with an exterior as simple as the interior is sumptuous. After entering, a simple staircase leads to the ante-oratory which leads to the oratory hall, where there is the splendid Baroque masterpiece of stuccos the Mysteries and the Virtues, by Giacomo Serpotta. Among the various stuccos, the Battle of Lepanto (7 October 1571) stands out in the center of the counter-façade, a work commissioned to commemorate the victory of the fleet of the Christian League against the Turks, which took place thanks to the protection and intercession of Our Lady of the Rosary.

Style: Baroque.
Construction: XVI-XVII century
Hours: from 10.00 to 18.00.
Tickets: paid entrance. Please refer to the official site.
Phone: +39.091.332779
Web: Oratorio di Santa Cita

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