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The Alliata palace of Pietratagliata in Palermo

Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata di Palermo (built in 1473), the result of five centuries of art history in Sicily with its numerous architectural and decorative stratifications, it is certainly a metaphor for the artistic history of Palermo.
La crenellated tower, the highest in the city at the end of '400It stands out imperious, making the main façade embellished with mullioned windows, single-lancet windows and one of the rarest corner windows in the Mediterranean, typical of late Catalan gothic architecture.
The interiors, beautifully maintained, retain among the most significant testimonies of the Sicilian Rococo. Among these extraordinary frescoes by Vito D 'Anna, made in the 1762, adorn the ceilings of the saloni. In the ballroom, where the painter celebrates the virtues of the Prince, he also makes a huge ornament Murano chandelier by the Eighteenth century a 100 lights (which measures m 2.75 X2.75) considered the largest known of its kind.

In the '900 great architects such as Ernesto Basile e Vincenzo Palazzotto have made this building, for the interior decorations, one of the masterpieces of the Sicilian Neogothic.
Built by Events, a prestigious family of Catalan origin that over the centuries acquired the title of principles of Baucina, is sold in the 1748 to the Marassi duchi of Pietratagliata. In the 1810 the last Marassi, Maria Cirilla, marries Luigi Alliata of Villafranca bringing the palace and the title to it as a dowry Duke of Pietratagliata. From that moment on, the building is named "Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata"

The current owners Biagio Licata prince of Baucina and his wife Signoretta Alliata of Pietratagliata they are direct heirs of the two owners and patrons, with their marriage one of the most extraordinary cases of living continuity is realized in a private historical residence.

History

Built in the 1473 Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata embraces five centuries of Sicilian art history with its numerous decorative architectural stratifications.
The crenellated tower, the highest in the city at the end of the 400, stands out imperious, making the main façade embellished with mullioned windows and mullioned windows. The beautifully preserved interiors offer the best of the Sicilian Rococo.

Extraordinary frescoes of Vito D 'Anna made in 1760, adorn the ceilings of the halls and in the dance floor, where the painter celebrates the virtues of the Prince, makes a huge ornament precious Murano chandelier from the XVIII century to 100 lights (m 2.75 X m 2.75) considered the largest known of its kind.

In the 900 great architects such as Ernesto Basile e Vincenzo Palazzotto that have made this building, for the interior decorations, one of the masterpieces of the Sicilian Neogothic.

Built by Events, a prestigious family of Catalan origin that has also become over the centuries Prince of Baucina, is sold in the 1730 ai Marassi duchi of Pietratagliata.

In the 1810 Cirilla Marassi of Pietratagliata marries Luigi Alliata of Villafranca bringing the palace and the title of Duke of Pietratagliata.
From that moment on, the building is named "Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata

The current owners Biagio Licata prince of Baucina and his wife Signoretta Alliata of Pietratagliata they are direct heirs of the two owners and patrons families.
With their marriage one of the most extraordinary cases of living continuity in one is realized private historical residence.

Services: wedding locations and charming events in Palermo

The Palazzo Alliata in Pietratagliata has been open to the public for some years and is the ideal setting for hosting exclusive and prestigious events. Stable inhabited by the owners welcomes Congress, conferences, conferences e meeting of national and international relevance.

It has also been chosen by public institutions to host leading figures. Among the most important guests: the Queen of Holland, Maestro Muti, the prize Nobel Modigliani, Maestro Pollini etc.

There were numerous parties organized by private individuals, including foreigners, who wanted to choose Palazzo Alliata di Pietratagliata to celebrate their anniversaries with receptions and concerts.

It also hosted events of important world brands in both commercial and financial fields, with the aim of promoting their products. Many spouses have chosen our spacious rooms to organize their wedding reception. The most important are accredited local catering, with contacts with the majors national catering.

As location events in Palermo, at the Palazzo Alliata in Pietratagliata, we organize visits with cocktails, lunches or dinners for groups of tourists interested in art and to know one of the most significant historical residences of Palermo and the land of The Leopard, a reference point for the traveler to discover the wonders of a hidden Sicily.

In the building there is a Flat for short rentals elegantly furnished and equipped for 4 people (two bedrooms with two bathrooms plus kitchen, dining room, living room and entrance) equipped with all comforts: Wi-Fi, air conditioning in all rooms, washing machine, dishwasher, digital TV.

Places of interest nearby:

A few meters from the Via Roma (one of the great metropolitan road axes) and from Piazza S. Domenico (where La Rinascente is located), Baroque orators of the Serpotta, Salinas Archaeological Museum, Piazza del Teatro Massimo, Church of the Martorana.

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Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 4
Set In Outdoors: No
Set In Interior: No
Set In Garden: No
Vehicles accessibility for Events: Si
Address: Via Bandiera, 14
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Postal Code: 90133
Country: Italy

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