The first of the halls with walls covered in damask originating from France.

A decidedly lavish style due to the presence of yellow wallpaper, typical in Sicily from the 18th century onwards, and the richness of the vaulted ceiling that echoes this shade in a display of garlands depicting flowers and cartouches enclosing even exotic animals, culminating in the center with a precious canvas by the painter Francesco Vaccaro, belonging to the well-known Bongiovanni-Vaccaro lineage of artists, depicting the God Apollo with a lyre in hand.

The distinctive acoustics of this hall make it evident that it was intended for music.

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