Palazzo Alliata di Villafranca, Province of Palermo

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  • The Palace takes its name from the principe di Villafranca, Francesco Alliata which, after purchasing it and embellished, settled in 17 sec. From the beautiful staircase leads to parlors where you can admire three valuable paintings: the crucifixion of Van Dyck and two works of Stom, the stoning of Saint Stephen and the tribute money. The latter painting represented our Sicily at the world expo in Milan. Being noble family, the Alliata reshaped to ground floor stables, warehouses and kitchens, on the main floor the halls filled with stucco and works fine, can be visited today. The room that intrigued me especially is the smoke room, completely covered in leather.
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  • One of the most beautiful buildings of Palermo, there I was on two occasions in summer and during the Christmas holidays for the Nativity scene, on both occasions I visited the Palace, the Guide (included in ticket) was friendly and interesting, talented chiara visit.
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  • Before leaving, I checked cosa.si could visit that was worth it after seeing the various masterpieces that Palermo preserves and I hanna. mentioned this nice and above all in the Palace the individual details from these (voluntary. professionally prepared and enthusiastic of the Palace). A building which houses a beautiful crucifixion by Van Dyck. Also worth a visit for the Nativity scene that's in this period
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  • WONDERFUL it is a noble building site at square Bologni of invoice more than fine. Has nothing to envy to the French or Austrian Royal palaces. Tiled floors and frescoed roofs murano chandeliers and period furniture absolutely lovely. The Association, which is overseeing the Palace is doing a great job, they're managing to open additional bedrooms, all very precious and very attractive details. Should be subsidized and advertised. Such a treasure should be seen by anyone
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  • Hey Presto! From Palermo. And what a treat and wonderful historic building up at the time of the reign of the Bourbons at the time of the Kingdom of the two Sicilies. Here in this wonderful historic building and housed the legendary Giuseppe Garibaldi in liberation of Italy. Hello soon. O.k.
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  • The most beautiful historic building in Palermo. We return every day to relive the glories of an indelible past. The team that runs the Palace stands out for its professionalism and preparations. Superb guides for adults, and children. Lovely lounges, with equally beautiful canvases (crucifixion-Anthony van Dyck, to name one). Highly recommended!!!
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  • Palace of ancient beauty. Perfectly preserved, now hosts meetings and events of various kinds, walnut. Located in the Centre of Palermo.
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  • Monumental and beautiful. A piece of history in the Centre of Palermo. Unmissable
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