A hall that still features pre-1693 earthquake remnants, consisting of a precious Comiso stone floor and monumental late 17th-century inspired door jambs.

Alongside the Baroque elements, one can admire a ceiling depicting the “Arms of the Libertini”, Barons of San Marco Lo Vecchio, interspersed with a charming decoration of delicate flowers.

From this hall, one can glimpse the “enfilade” or sequence of subsequent halls, in a crescendo of splendor and importance of the decorations.

Additionally, from this hall, there is access through a passage with a “medieval” flavor to the “carruggio” of Via Bonanno, an element that makes the Palazzo a bridge between the aristocratic elegance of the noble residences on Via San Bonaventura and the ancient architectural, historical, and popular testimonies of the carruggi of Caltagirone, known for their Genoese influence.


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