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Palazzo Corvaja

Largo Santa Caterina | Largo Santa Caterina, 98039, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
+39 0942 23243
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Largo Santa Caterina | Largo Santa Caterina, 98039, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed November 10, 2015

It's a interesting building . The moorish influence is visible . It's in the main area of the town .

Thank AmandaRhodeIsland
Reviewed October 29, 2015 via mobile

We thought this would be a good rainy day activity, a look round a small palace. At the top of the stairs we were greeted with the entrance to an art exhibition for €7 each. With no idea of the size and wanting something to...More

1  Thank Simon E
Reviewed October 9, 2015

We've never been inside the museum, this is just a short review for the tourist information office that is inside the palazzo. When we stepped inside, the three ladies behind the counter had a good chat. When we dared to ask a question, one of...More

1  Thank anneri-wilwarin
Reviewed March 5, 2015

We found this museum by chance. I think its theme changes from time to time, but when we visited it was a collection of writings, photographs, newspaper cuttings and other memorabilia associated with famous ex-residents, visitors and admirers over the past century or so. Actors,...More

2  Thank tonystraw
Reviewed November 4, 2014

This year's photographic show, combined with lots of 'white signs' planted around the town, is all about the 160 years or so of famous - and notorious - visitors and residents the town has attracted, or occasionally produced.

1  Thank Julian E
Reviewed August 21, 2014

not a lot to see here but it was beautiful for the fact that it was so old, a very helpful tourist office was there too with very interesting old items on display, so I enjoyed that too!

Thank grandsonsfour
Reviewed August 20, 2014

Except in passing - looks ok from the outside, nothing inside except a few alright sculptures and a grumpy caretaker who was asleep when we arrived and threw us out when he woke up

Thank Marcus W
Reviewed August 12, 2014

The Palace is located towards the northern end of the Corso Umberto and hard to miss. It is actually not very impressive from the outside, and on the day we were there it was not possible to go inside other than the first courtyard which...More

Thank Johnpsau
Reviewed June 26, 2014

There is an amazing bas relief showing the creation of Eve from Adam's body on the exterior stairs leading to the first floor. I had never seen one as detailed and striking. We also saw the splendid exhibit on Visconti's Il Gattopardo.

Thank windinthewillows
Reviewed January 10, 2014

This building is not especially old by Italian standards (15th century), but it includes some fine architecture, interesting windows, and an Arab motif.

1  Thank R S
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