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About the neighbourhood
A KALSA The district, which arose during the Islamic domination, was the fortified citadel where they house the emir and his ministers, and it still retains the name (halisah the chosen one, the pure). Even today there hovers a special oriental atmosphere accentuated by the presence of monuments in Arab-Norman style. Central district, but popular, offers a glimpse of life in Palermo. It is not uncommon in fact, past the church of St. Teresa. find men engaged in cooking and selling babbaluci, snails marinated with olive oil, parsley, garlic and pepper and served in cones from 'walking'. The heart of the neighborhood is around the square Kalsa, but the area extends to Corso Vittorio Emanuele, including many of the most interesting monuments of the city.