ⓘ Piazza San Domenico, Palermo

                                     

ⓘ Piazza San Domenico, Palermo

Piazza San Domenico is a square of Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy. It is located down Via Roma, in the quarter of La Loggia, within the historic centre of Palermo. The square derives its name from the Church of San Domenico, one of the famous city sights. In the past it was called Piazza Imperiale ", because its creation was decided by the Emperor Charles VI.

In the center of the square is dominated by the column of the Immaculate Conception, designed by Tommaso Napoli in 1724, and was constructed by Giovanni Biagio Amico in 1728. The former Dominican monastery overlooking the square is the Museum of the Risorgimento. In addition, the square represents the entrance to the Vucciria, one of the historical markets of Palermo.

                                     
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