Palaces in Irpinia




Important noble families have enriched and enhanced

the cultural life of Irpinia:

d'Aquino, Carafa, Lancellotti, Caracciolo,

Filangieri, Imperiale, Gesualdo, della Marra,

Hugo, Pignatelli, del Tufo, Grimaldi,

Altavilla, della Leonessa and many others.

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Caracciolo Palace in Avellino

Seat of the Provincial administration offices



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Caravita Palace

Sirignano



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Imperiale Palace

Salza Irpina



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Preziosi Palace (XIX sec.)

Aiello del Sabato



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Bufata Palace or Aragonese customs.

Flumeri

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Pagani Palace

Quadrelle

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Bibliography


For more historical information, read the following books:

Wikipedia for Imperiale Palace in Salza Irpina

Special thanks to Professor Pietro Pelosi Phd (Salerno University)









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