The Church of Jesus also known as Casa Professa, it is one of the most important baroque churches in Palermo and the whole Sicily
Over 2,500 years at a strategic crossroads of the western world have left Sicily with an unparalleled historical legacy. Nowhere else have Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, French, Germans, Spanish, Italians and even British left such an indellible impression.
Whether you are more attracted by Greek temples, Roman villas and aqueducts, Norman cathedrals or Baroque churches, Sicily offers a range of historical sites that is not easily matched.
Mondello (Munneddu in Sicilian dialect) is a district and a touristic location, surround by Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo. Divided by the Favorita park from the city, it’s reachable trough many wooded royal track and other ways too.
The district is well known thanks to the beach that is one of the most wonderful sea-places in Sicily, to the liberty’s villas the highest expression of the Art Nouveau in Italy and for historical sites too. It’s the location of the World Festival on the Beach.