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Ana L wrote a review Oct 2020
Navan, Ireland2,683 contributions1,026 helpful votes
One of the nicest buildings in Trapani. It is definitely worth to go for a visit, if you are close by.
Date of experience: September 2020
Anfrist wrote a review Sep 2018
Bucharest, Romania4,284 contributions330 helpful votes
We were looking for another attraction in the area and we noticed this building. Then we found out about its history, but now it's not living up to it.
Date of experience: September 2018
nadia16 wrote a review Nov 2017
Rekem, Belgium71 contributions55 helpful votes
Not so easy to find in a narrow street, stowed awaybetween other decayed buildings.It 's a sad thing to see such a historic palazzo in such a bad state.Doesn't the city of Trapani earn enough from tourism to restore this place???Of course it can't be visited...that would be dangerous.…
Date of experience: October 2017
profjoypc wrote a review Sep 2017
Alnwick, United Kingdom4,253 contributions1,010 helpful votes
This important historic building was constructed in the fifteenth century and was at the heart of the then Jewish family who occupied this location of the city (familia Ciambra).The architecture is absolutely lovely and is a great tribute to the heritage of the culture of the city of Trapani .…
Date of experience: September 2017
Henry I wrote a review May 2017
Sharon, Vermont197 contributions78 helpful votes
Though you cannot go inside, Though difficult to find, an extraordinary testament to a vanished population.
A rare example of architecture of a successful Jewish family. There is almost no identifying signage, so read about the Ciambra family of the 15th century.
Date of experience: May 2017