Plaza Pretoria has a large set of sculptured fountains that were originally purchased by the Sicilian government in Tuscany so the style of the fountains is not in keeping with the local conservative style and is rather bold
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 of all is the fountain of Pretoria, which is a large fountain once considered a fountain of shame in Sicily, bought in Florence, surrounded by majestic old buildings
The Piazza Pretoria in Sicily is not really big, this little square has a famous fountain, the square has free wifi, and the square is close to the four corners of the wall attractions, there are a lot of tourists, opposite the square is the police station, The other side of the square is facing a church and can be visited inside. In the afternoon there are small vendors near the square selling backpacks, trinkets and other items, if you don't buy it, it's best not to ask for a price, so they will follow you for a price.
We got off early in the morning, the train came to this square, walked over, early in the morning no one around the fountain, random photographs. Later, the police came a lot, some tourists up to take pictures, but was warned not to sit on the above.