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We only had time to do a "walk by" of this former private dwelling of some very wealthy people--now a library. The shells (hence the local name--shell house) is really a masterful job of architecture detail and stone carving. It is on the road to...More
The building was once a wedding gift for a noble family. There are seashells along the outside for luck. It’s a Library now. The inner courtyard shows one how rich people lived in the past. I found it interesting.
The Library building is an old but beautiful structure of Baroque style. It stands among other buildings within this spectacular Renaissance city. There are variety of books inside the library and you can view them in more details if you have time. Recommended to those...More