Located at the end of Europe and the beginning of Africa, Palermo is the regional capital of Sicily in Italy. This is a buzzing city where reality outperforms the touristâ€™s imagination. The city has notable buildings with distinctive Arab-Norman architecture such as Palatine Chapel, the middle age masterpiece. Palermoâ€™s cathedral contains creativity of 14th, 15th and succeeding centuries. Santa Maria dellâ€™Ammiraglio, the Admiralâ€™s Bridge, the cathedrals of Monreale and CefalÃ¹, the Palermitan Churches of San Giovanni degli Eremiti, and the cathedrals of Monreale and CefalÃ¹ are best examples of a socio-cultural syncretism between Islamic, Western, and Byzantine cultures. Regional Archaeological Museum is one of the richest collections of Greek art objects and ancient Etruscan in Italy.