Cupola di San Giuseppe dei Teatini and Quattro Canti are located in Palermo, Italy and are architectural gems of the Baroque period. Cupola di San Giuseppe dei Teatini is a stunning Rococo domed roof made of lava stone and stucco, and it can be found in Palermo's Piazza Kalsa. Quattro Canti, or Corner of the Four Quarters, is located at the intersection of two main roads in Palermo and is the first example of a baroque monument in the city. Both were built in the 17th century and their design is a representation of the archbishop of Palermo's coat of arms. The interiors of these architectural wonders may also be viewed, providing visitors a chance to experience the majestic beauty and magical atmosphere of the Baroque period up close. Tourists and photographers will not want to miss out on a chance to explore and photograph the unique beauty of these sites.