Art, culture, events, the first weekend in March, the city of Palermo truly offers many options to all curious and passionate.
Friday, March 3, at the Palace of the Eagles, will be inaugurated the photo exhibition “Ulysses escapes from the cities“, edited by Andrea Musicò but with the participation of 8 young photographers.
The exhibition will remain accessible until March 13.
Friday 3 and Saturday 4, in the cycle tours, installations and sound architectures de Le Vie dei Tesori in collaboration with Bam Archipelago Mediterranean Biennale, will be 10 places to be open to the public:
the Oratory of San Lorenzo, San Giovanni of the Neapolitans, the Puppet Museum, the frescoed halls of Palazzo Bonocore, the Municipal Library, the Municipal Historical Archive, the terraces of the SS. Savior, the church of San Giorgio dei Genovesi, the church of Piliere and the Conservatory.
Saturday, March 4, will be able to visit the beautiful Camera delle Meraviglie from 18 pm to midnight and join the guided tour to know its history.
Saturday, March 4, it started the sightseeing “Premium Club Palermo” organized by Premium Treccani Cultural Pole of Palermo. The first event, reserved for those who want to join the club, includes a visit to the Church of Santa Maria of the Admiral or Martorana starting at 16.
And as you continue on Sunday?
Sunday, March 5, will be the final event of “Ballarò Tale”, collective art project that tells the neighborhood through the mural created by children. Starting from 10, in Origlione square will be presented the project with a video and as a result you can attend stories and participate in the realization of the last murals.
Still Sunday, March 5, from 10 to 13.30 and from 15 to 18:30 you can visit the early Catacomba Paleocristiana di Porta d’Ossuna, in Corso Alberto Amedeo n. 110, the visit is run by archaeologists in recent years have dealt with the discovery.
Which of these events you will not miss?
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