The beautiful Zisa and its garden: solacium regi among sounds, colours and scents
The Zisa palace, from the Arabic al-Azīz, which means the glorious or the splendid, is the most representative of the entire Genoard park. It was built, probably on Islamic pre-existing structures, at the behest of [approfondimenti id="48702" testo_link="William I"], known as the Bad, in 1165, a fe...
The loca solatiorum: dwellings for recreation, well-being and hunting
Domus, castrum or palatium, buildings dedicated to leisure and hunting, located in parks, gardens and scenic spots, were called loca solatiorum. These buildings were located far from the urban centre, in areas of lush greenery, enriched by the presence of springs, fishponds, artificial lakes, garden...
The Genoard Park, the garden of pleasures and wonders
Palermo in [approfondimenti id="48648" testo_link="Islamic"] and subsequently [approfondimenti id="48649" testo_link="Norman"] times was surrounded by numerous parks and gardens, organised around palaces, monasteries and splendid residences, both winter and summer.
MiC – Ministero della Cultura
Legge 77/2006 - Misure Speciali di Tutela e Fruizione dei Siti Italiani di Interesse Culturale, Paesaggistico e Ambientale, inseriti nella “Lista Del Patrimonio Mondiale”, posti sotto la Tutela dell’ UNESCO Regione Siciliana.
Assessorato dei Beni Culturali e dell’Identità Siciliana, Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali e dell’Identità Siciliana.
Parco archeologico della Valle dei Templi di Agrigento.