Storie e immagini di una città contraddittoria

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Abstract

According to Idrisi Palermo is a “beautiful and immense” city. Its monuments, the sea, the Mount Pellegrino as Goethe defined it “the most beautiful promontory in the world”. And then, the ability to produce something new, which is not new, to affirm its existence by easily surpassing its being “place of intrigues and scams”. A city that, in its historic center, has adapted to consumerism and has left its history to the smell of a hamburger forgetting the sense of its urban drawing.
Lingua originaleItalian
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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