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Palazzo Chiaramonte, Palermo
(4.6/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visit really recommended, complimentary entry and very prepared guide visit per hour (i.e. noon, one, two etc). The entrance is a little hidden and little noticed. You insist! Amazing painted the "Vucciria" of Guttuso, jump into real Sicily, in a beautiful old building that will charm you with coffered ceiling. Included in the low price (8 euros for adults, 5 low) even the Museum of the Inquisition, really interesting and makes you think about the history of Europe.
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  • The guided tour (very friendly and prepared a girl who accompanied us!) makes it possible to understand the secrets of this place. Really touching and evocative graffiti of the ancient prison. Disturbing the history of the place, go for it if you still have a little time!
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  • Great and interesting visit thanks to some good guides. Graffiti suggestioniano and we approach the history of the Inquisition. You can then see what probably is the best of 20th century Italian painting "la Vucciria" of Renato Guttuso.
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  • Excellent guided tour of this magnificent palazzo and former inquisition prison.
  • So interesting. Struck up a rapor with the guide- who spoke English! Fascinating. Highly recommended.
  • i strongly suggest to take a guided tour of the prison to learn interesting facts about the Inquisition in Palermo
  • Another excellent attraction, a noble residence, used by the Barons to plot against the King, then used as the headquarters of the Inquisition.
  • Amazing trees! Must see