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April 12, 2018
Palazzo nobiliare che in epoca borbonica fu sede del Tribunale della Santa inquisizione. Palazzo nobiliare that in the Bourbon era was the seat of the Court of the Holy Inquisition.
November 7, 2017
The residence of the most important Sicilian family in the XIV sec., after become the Tribunal of Spanish Inquisition, the jail and prisoners graffiti
November 18, 2015
The building was begun in the early 14th century. It housed the Aragonese-Spanish viceroys of Sicily; home to the Royal Customs and, from 1600 to 1782, the tribunal and jail of the Holy Inquisition
September 21, 2015
Prisons used during the Spanish Inquisition. Very interesting visit.
July 10, 2015
House of the most powerful feudal family in Sicily. Excellent building to visit!

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“Jesus's Church is one of the most important Baroque churches of Palermo and Sicily. After almost two years of restoration, the building was reopened for worship in 2009. The Jesuits began the construction of the Church attached to the main one (Casa Professa) in the late sixteenth century, in a place traditionally considered a refuge for hermits, including St. Calogero, still center of early Christian catacombs. The building, a large transept and nave with side chapels, was designed by the Jesuit Giovanni Tristano. At the beginning of the seventeenth century, to adapt it to the needs of the grandeur of worship, designed by Natale Masuccio, were shot down the dividing walls of the chapels, getting three aisles. In 1892, the Church was declared "National Monument". During the Second World War a bomb fell on the dome and in the collapse, dragged most of the paintings of the presbytery and the transept. The interior is an important example of the fusion between architecture, painting and plastic decoration "a maschio", a valuable marble inlays, made with floral motifs or figurative. The most spectacular part of the building is perhaps the tribune apse, adorned by Shepherd Adoration (1710-1714) and Magi Adoration (1719-1721), marble bas-reliefs on the grandstand seats, by Gioacchino Vitagliano.”
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Palermo, Sicily 90133
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