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Villa Giulia

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Marco
Marco
October 26, 2018
One of the oldest park in Palermo. Amazing place
Le Cuoche
Le Cuoche
August 09, 2016
Beautiful the square garden, to see the sundial
Atanasio
Atanasio
June 21, 2016
beautiful palace to take a break and relax. the entry is also FREE.
Giada
Giada
June 10, 2016
Villa Giulia is a public garden in Palermo, dated 1778.
Beibei
Beibei
October 16, 2014
Among the marble sculptures, the most significant is the "Fontana del Genio a Villa Giulia" - the Genius of Palermo which has become an emblem of the city,built in 1778 by Ignazio Marabitti.

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Location
. Via Lincoln
Sicily
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 8:00 AM