Sedile Dominova
Sedile Dominova
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4.0 of 5 bubbles144 reviews
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Grommet_Small
Warwickshire89 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2012 • Solo
Another of the sights worth taking in as you wander round Sorrento. The perspective work took me in at first glance before I realised I couldn't be looking at what I thought I was.
The other thing that tickled me was that it used to be a meeting place for the nobles to discuss city affairs, now it's a workers club.
Written July 15, 2012
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chrisincalifornia
Sanger, CA33 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This is where the men of the area use to sit down and discuss politics and religion back in Sorrento's heyday- 400 years ago. The building is 16th-century, but it appears to be still used by the old men of the area to just sit and talk. The Sedile is not out-of-the-way, so you'll pass by it on your way to eat or drink. The place needs more information on its significance (and some restoration) to make it more than just a place to stop and go, "Oh, cool" before moving on. Fodor's gives this place a "Fodor's Choice"; I wouldn't go that far.
Written August 9, 2008
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633elle
Guildford, UK54 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Couples
This building is passed by so many tourists without a second glance.
It was built in the 14th century and is where ancient nobles used to meet and discuss administrative matters.
The frescoes have been been preserved and are worthy of a view and its totally free.
It really is lovely.
Written October 8, 2018
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sben325
Fiumicello - Santa Venere, Italy76 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Couples
Easy to walk right by, but do take a minute and read the multi language legend that describes what used to be the meeting place of the aristocrats to discuss politics and religion and is now a workers meeting place. Right in the heart of the twisting winding cobblestone streets filled with the tourist shops!
Written May 28, 2013
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surfCornwall
Camborne, UK55 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Couples
Beautiful outside which has now been made into a working mens club. They are very happy for you to take photos inside and out
Written October 11, 2017
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belgianvisit0r
Ghent, Belgium242 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Family
You will find lot's of food related reviews on this place. They are missing the point.
Walking through the (in perhaps a tourist view, but that's me) authentic Sorrento streets (preferably coming from the brilliant Via Cesareo), you enter a more open space, where you find the 15th century building Sedile Dominova, in a piazza of the same name. Here the local nobility was gathering, it's a philosopher's place, an exhibition space, with ancient old frescoes. Just beautiful. If you don't understand the word 'picturesque', just look here and you will.
And yes I assume you can eat here too, like practically everywhere. But treating this as a restaurant, comes close to reviewing the Vatican Museum based on it's Panini.
Written September 21, 2015
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Cristian
Atlanta, GA63 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Couples
It's a unique place, you have to see it, we had the opportunity to admire the Nativity (it was packed) during XMas week... just a dream
Written February 24, 2013
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George818
Los Angeles, CA431 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2021 • Couples
Nice food. Good location. Good prices. Stopped by this place to eat after wandering around the alley shopping. Great spot.
Written October 16, 2021
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Marsha E
Kingston, Canada192 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
We had lunch there recently and the atmosphere is very nice and also casual and service was great. The restaurant location is away from the main street but is on a busy corner and great for people watching. The restaurant was very busy which shows it is a popular place. We shared a cannelloni and it was delicious.
Written October 30, 2019
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wendyanddavid536
Solihull, UK2,214 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
On a seriously touristy street in the centre of Sorrento, this impressive 15th century palazzo has a front terrace, open to the street, with exquisite but somewhat faded frescoes on two of the walls.

Originally a meeting point for the town's medieval aristocracy, it is now a working man's club where elderly (non-working!) men meet to play cards and board games, seemingly oblivious to the hordes of tourists photographing around them.
Written May 30, 2018
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