For those of you ve are lovers of horror and morbidity I recommend visiting these catacombs located on the outskirts of Palermo in Sicily. When you descend the stairs to enter the catacombs and you may notice a musty smell in the air, once inside you will find hundreds of mummified bodies will awaken your curiosity, do not miss the chapel of babies.
The Archbishop's Palace, located on one side of Cathedral Square, is home to the Diocesan Museum of Palermo. The palace was built by Archbishop Beccadelli Simone di Bologna in the fifteenth century, and later expanded. It is attached to the city's cathedral by an arch and a flamboyant Gothic tower. The museum exhibition consists of 15 rooms dedicated to objects of religious art, especially sculptures and paintings. There is also one particular room inside that is dedicated entirely to Santa Rosalia, the patron of Palermo.