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Palazzo Abatellis

Via Alloro 4, 90133, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
+39 091 623 0011
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Private Small-Group Walking Tour of Palermo's Kalsa District
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Via Alloro 4, 90133, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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"antonello da messina"
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"medieval art"
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"works of art"
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"lasting impression"
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"italian artists"
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"couple of hours"
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"visiting palermo"
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"virgin"
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"triumph"
in 12 reviews
"fresco"
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"gallery"
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"death"
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"unknown"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The collection of museum that used to be the residence of Francesco Abatellis, port master of the Kingdom of Sicily, is rather rich. It contains 12th century wooden works, 14th-17th century works by foreign and italian artists and the remarkable fresco of the Triumph of...More

Thank ginsengNewYork
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Probably the best known piece is Antonello's Virgin Annunciate, the delicate portrait of a very beautiful girl, but also the Triumph of Death, an awesome fresco taking up an entire wall. It is a large collection of mostly religious works. For me the most impressive...More

Thank opossumd
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

In this building they are having medieval art, not so impressive if you are used to see it before. The ticket is expensive, 8 euro each

Thank Elena P
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Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

If you like art then this museum is a delight. Well displayed and all clearly labelled. Staff friendly and helpful. No guide books or shop. No cafe. Really enjoyed it and spent a couple of hours there.

Thank Douglas645
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Reviewed 26 October 2017

There's a vast collection of medieval to renaissance paintings here, plus a lot of later items that, speaking personally, I can live without. The stand-out is the Virgin Annunciate by Antonello da Messina, presented pretty much in its own room. But there's a lot of...More

Thank Martin_Ridgway
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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

I went because the previous day I'd bought a combined ticket from the Museo Palazzo Mirto...I was entirely unprepared for this former merchants' palace. I'd been asked by 5 people to see my ticket on entry to this austere place and feeling frustrated I looked...More

Thank princessadventure
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

Magnificent building containing more religious artworks than I have ever seen under one roof. It did get a bit overwhelming. I loved that we could visit their 'restoration' room to see how they lovingly restired artworks that had severely deteriorated. It was nicely laid out,...More

Thank Judy L
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

We spent two weeks driving around Sicily, and found this to be one of the best museums we've visited. The collection has some of the best medieval collections I've ever seen, and does a wonderful job showing the transition from Medieval to Renaissance art I've...More

Thank finman66
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Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

We stumbled upon this museum in a palazzo without realising it was there. Whilst as a palazzo you dont get much of a feel for the place, as a medieval to renaissance art gallery the art was beautiful. The main attraction is the blue maddonna...More

Thank Andrea N
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Reviewed 7 July 2017

Entry Euro 10 ( also gets entry to Palazzo Mirto ). Photography allowed. Beautiful Museum featuring late Medieval to early Renaissance artworks. Great curation, lighting etc., friendly staff ( provided you are friendly to them ... ). Very few other people there when I went...More

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