Pretoria Square, here is a group of large sculpture fountains, originally bought by the Sicilian government in Tuscany, so the style of this group of fountains is not consistent with the local conservative style, they are all relatively bold and unrestrained styles
Pretoria Square, where the Pretoria fountain is placed. This fountain was bought by the Sicilian government from Tuscany. The art of the North is really more explicit, bold and realistic, but Sicily is still pretty. Conservative
Piazza Pretoria, the most famous here is the Pretoria Fountain, which can be regarded as a large fountain. This fountain was once considered a fountain of shame by Sicilian people. It was purchased in Florence and surrounded by majestic and ancient building
Pretoria Square in Sicily is actually not very big. There is a famous fountain in this small square. There is free Wi-Fi in the square, and the square wall attractions are nearby. There are especially many tourists, opposite the square. It's the police station. The other side of the square faces a church, so you can visit inside. In the afternoon, there are some small vendors near the square, selling backpacks, small accessories, etc. If you are not buying it, it is better not to ask for the price, lest they will chase you and ask you to counter the price.
The history of Piazza Pretoria is also very old. The whole square looks very good. You can also see a lot of ancient sculptures here. Some museums can also be seen here. [Interest] Very interesting [Scenery] The scenery is also beautiful