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Palazzo Costantino

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Ingrid S wrote a review Jun 2018
Frankfurt, Germany37 contributions10 helpful votes
Until 4th November the Palazzo is a venue of Manifesta 12 a biennial nomadic art exhibition. It’s worth visiting it not only because of the art - but also because of the Palazzo which is in plain Restauration.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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TravelAllWorld wrote a review Oct 2015
Genoa, Italy436 contributions171 helpful votes
Palazzo Costantino, once property of some noblemen, has just been opened to the public after a long judicial dispute. Inside it is in very bad conditions (I could say in ruins) but it all adds to a creepy atmosphere. Best visited after dark. Do not miss the view from the balconies over lively Via Maqueda and, especially, over Piazza 4 Canti (a small square at the centre of 4 identically beautiful palaces with fountains incorporated in the facades).
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Date of experience: October 2015
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