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Built in 1554 for Don Luigi di Toledo in Florence, later sold to the Senate of Palermo as a result of his debts, the fountain was erected in 1574 minus various statues of the original works. It is nevertheless the centerpiece of Piazza Pretoria with...More
Just a short walk from the Quattro Canti, the centre of the old city, this fountain is gorgeous.
It's better first thing in the morning - no people but the gates to let you inside are closed - but it's lovely at any time.
This iconic landmark of nude statuary situated in Palermo could have been lifted out of Florence. It is in the old part of town and is not to be missed.Because it was located in front of a nunnery , it was given the Square of...More
An unexpected star in this corner of Palermo. The fountain is vast and has some amazing figures spouting water. It is a real suntrap and a great place to people watch.
Spotlessly clean and well presented.
Fontana della Vergogna is located in the Piazza Pretoria. When we were there the fountain did not work due to people working around the fountain. I think it would've been an awesome sight to see if it was working. If you like fountains it will...More
Fontana della Vergogna (Fountain or Shame) located in Piazza Pretoria right in the historic centre of Palermo, opposite the beautiful church of San Giuseppe dei Teatini. It features naked statues of the Greek Gods, animals and mythological figures. It only takes a few minutes to...More