Palazzo Pretorio, Municipio di Palermo, Palermo
(4.5/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • The building is located in the historic centre, on Piazza Pretoria. The façade is a statue of santa Rosalia, the patron saint of Palermo. The Palace has a central courtyard with a big staircase. On the left is the statue of the old Palermo, the city's tutelary deity, that worth a visit.
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  • Very nice Palace, of historical and artistic interest. Unfortunately the guides that they visit the various rooms were unprepared, they didn't know answer no question were expressed disineresse and ignorance on the subject. I kept the visit by gathering evidence on time.
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  • The Palace built in the 14th century, was rebuilt in 1470 to undergo numerous alterations over the centuries until it assumed its current appearance during the restoration of 1875-Renaissance building had the character with the prospect of ochre. Now the seat of the municipality of Palermo, the Palace is filled with numerous works of art, frescoes, statues, paintings, sculptures, antique furniture, scattered in the various rooms of the first floor, which is accessed by an imposing staircase. To observe, from the splendid piazza Pretoria, the niche with a statue of the venerated patroness Saint Rosalia, placed on top of the building above the Imperial Eagle, a symbol of Palermo, as well as the great clock.
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  • Nice atmosphere with old buildings and a big nice fountain
  • it's the city hall. nothing so special compared with the rest of the city, but the balcony on fontana pretoria is worth the stairs to reach it
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  • famous square named piazza della vergogna
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  • Huge square, recently restored, with a City Hall who steals much of the scene. Really beautiful
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