This symbolic city palace, testimony of the expansion and urban mutation of the city at the end of the nineteenth century, beginning of the twentieth, is now the seat of the Municipality.
The palace (1884) is characterized by an architecture in neoclassical style, and binds its name and its history to that of Senator Giuseppe D’Ali, who made it the sumptuous residence of his family.
Via Passo Mura di Tramontana , 3
Partially accessible to disabled people
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