Senatorial Palace, called Cavarretta
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The palace has fifteenth-century origins and is also called Cavarretta from the hierosolimitano mìles that contributed with its two thousand shields to the completion of the facade (sec. XVII).
The palace is a milestone in the history of the transition to the Kingdom of Italy: from its balcony, in fact, Giuseppe Garibaldi delivered his speech during his visit to Trapani.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 3
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