Inspiring and fun, this week's Locations Article of the Week is awarded to icomewhenieatcaponata's tour of the University of Palermo!
While it has been awhile since icomewhenieatcaponata's last locations article, he’s back with another engaging post through his little tour of the University of Palermo.
“The university of Palermo was founded in 1806 by Ferdinand III of Bourbon, King of Naples and of the two Sicilies. Now it is one of the largest universities in Italy with over 65,000 students coming mainly from the west side of the island. It is mainly based in Palermo but is also present in Agrigento, Caltanissetta, and Trapani.” – icomewhenieatcaponata
Simply written but with a lot of impact, his account of the university made for a brief but engaging read for a lot of the community members who commented that they even got inspired to write about their own universities because of this article. Garnering the most likes for articles posted this week, make sure to check out What's up at the University of Palermo as well.
Aside from his straightforward commentary, icomewhenieatcaponata also shared a bunch of random photographs taken in and out of the university, showing how analogue easily captures every detail – big or small. These images made the article all the more interesting for readers as well.
Submitted as this one’s requested posts, his article didn’t just earned him the honor of being this week’s featured locations article but it will also merit him 10 piggy points.:)