Three Saracen-style, bulbous, red "golfball" domes, Chiesa di San Cataldo (Church of San Cataldo, La Cataldo), 1154, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. The Romanesque church with Arab influences was founded by Maio of Bari, chancellor to William I, during the Norman occupation of Sicily. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Three Saracen-style, bulbous, red "golfball" domes, Chiesa di San Cataldo (Church of San Cataldo, La Cataldo), 1154, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. The Romanesque church with Arab influences was founded by Maio of Bari, chancellor to William I, during the Norman occupation of Sicily. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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