Norman Palace, Palermo, Italy

Originally built in the 9th-century as an Arabian palace, it became the seat of the monarchy in Sicily after the Norman conquest in 1072, whilst now seating the Sicilian Regional Assembly. 

The palace mixes Arab-Norman architectural features particularly in the Palatine Chapel on the first floor. Its ceilings and walls are covered in gold mosaics which mixes Byzantine art with Arab-Norman architecture. As well as the Palatine Chapel, you should also visit the Royal Apartments and the exhibition space to fully admire this UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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