Fans of architecture will love La Martorana church in Palermo. It’s initial construction started in the 1140s, exploiting the Arab-Norman style fostered by Roger II and in this case, his trusted admiral, George of Antioch. Then, over the centuries, it took on Baroque elements and other styles. It has Greek and Albanian influences because of its affiliation with those churches. It has north African elements because of the artisans who worked on it. And the Baroque from the nuns under whose possession it was for centuries.
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