Cappella Palatina, located in the Palazzo dei Normanni in Palermo, is a critical historical site in Sicily due to its cultural, political and artistic significance. Alabaster and marble columns, golden mosaics and an amazing lantern dome are all part of Cappella Palatina's beauty, plus its artwork panels created in the twelfth century, making the chapel undeniably breathtaking. The Byzantine feature sparked by the Norman Empire still influences southeastern Europe to this day. Visiting this chapel was likely to be one of the most remarkable highlights in Palermo, where tourists can take some incredible pictures.
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