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Palazzo Chiaramonte, Palermo
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  • In fact, enter in cells where the prisoners were kept under investigation, experience was quite impressive. Recognize in drawings that were in the walls of their moods or messages for posterity was a thrill. I suggest everyone to visit Palazzo Steri ...
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  • If you decide to spend a few days in Palermo you cannot but visit Palazzo Steri-Chiarimonte. It's do it with the Guide ... we got our Roberta, talented, enthusiastic and very knowledgeable.
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  • Beautiful guided tour of the Palace. Biz guide Roberta that explained very well the history of the Palace now houses the Rectorate. Recommended visit because inside there is the famous painting 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