Palermo

Palermo is a city of neglected beauty:

Some streets are neat:

But most are not:

Even worse:

Cars occupy all the space:

Clothes get dry outside:

Clocks are ubiquitous, but show random time:

This pedestrian crossing leads to a wall:

These men play cards on a sidewalk less than a meter wide. Others pass them around by the road surface:

Where a sidewalk is wider, it gets filled with junk for sale:

Staircase:

Garage:

Parking lot:

What a bottle:

Snails, anyone?

Make-up shop sign:

Car repairs sign:

Newsstand:

Tobacco kiosk:

Street name on a building:

Pixelated numbers:

Pictogram of a bus with air conditioning:

Bus stop:

Arrivals and departures table in the rail terminal:

A boy and a girl:

Usually, street food markets work at day time. You need to hurry up and come early, as good food sells quickly. In Palermo, however, there is a small square with a night time street food market.

Noise and smell will guide you:

People arrive:

Sources:

Cleaning:

The marketeers take uncooked fish and meat with their bare hands, then give you your change with the same very hards — nice:

A cook:

Almost done:

Yummy!

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