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The construction of Palazzo Asmundo dates back to 1615. In 1767 the building was completed. Today the Palazzo Asmundo houses various interesting collections, ranging from coins to postcards, porcelain and majolica to geographical maps, books and prints, sedans and weapons.
The Palazzo can be rented for special events and congresses.
Here is a list of what to see in Palazzo Asmundo:
The collection Genuardi Martorana
Majolica and Porcelain
Library of books and prints
The collection of seals
Sedans and Wagons
Entrance fee: € 6,00 (Feb 2014), reduced entrance for groups, students ecc, free entrance for disabled visitors and children under 12 years
Visits possible on Sundays and feast days upon reservation
Contact Palazzo Asmundo
Via Pietro Novelli, 3, Palermo, 90134View Larger Map