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Palazzo Abatellis (also known as Palazzo Patella) is a palace in Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy, located in the Kalsa quarter. It is home to the Galleria Regionale della Sicilia, the Gallery of Art for the Sicilian region.
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|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
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|Friday||9:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
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|Sunday||9:00 AM – 1:00 PM|
A wonderful museum with great examples of art mainly from the 15th century. The works from Pietro Novelli are absolutely fantastic.
Outstanding collection in a well organized exhibition space. Unfortunately, the lighting design leaves something to be desired.
Another must see place at Palermo. Excellent museum of medieval fine arts and culture. You have to buy a ticket to get in. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light.
Mostly biblical art and church artifacts-decorations in a nice building. I am usually not much into this; but I liked the collection here; and some paintings were magnificient
Superb renaissance collection and a gallery design masterclass from the great Carlo Scarpa.
The sheer size and the ability of the artist who created the Triumph of Death will leave you breathless.... the beauty of these regional gallery is the art is good, very accessible and often not crowded... and this one is exceptional.
The entrance was not clear that I was asked many times if I paid the entrance fee.. It was so annoying, disgusting and discouteous!!! They should improve the system!!!
So many paintings and frescos are here. Antonello de Messina’s Annunciata is the most important. But you can stare a long time at “Trionfo della Morte” and reflect on it. I was simply captivated by this collection, not to mention all those Baroque paintings and Pietro Novelli’s oeuvre. More than perfect and entry for only 8 Euro.