Saint Rosalia, patron saint of Palermo, Sicily, Italy, sculpture by Vincenzo Vitagliano in 1744, located in front of the Duomo (Cathedral) of Palermo. 18th century dome by Ferdinando Fuga visible in the background. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Saint Rosalia, patron saint of Palermo, Sicily, Italy, sculpture by Vincenzo Vitagliano in 1744, located in front of the Duomo (Cathedral) of Palermo. 18th century dome by Ferdinando Fuga visible in the background. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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