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jaybeeFL wrote a review Jun 2019
Palm Harbor, Florida2549 contributions1676 helpful votes
This palace on the Piazza dei Plebiscito was once known as the Palazzo Commune and is now housing city hall. We were limited in our time in Viterbo so didn't have time to enter and tour the palace but it contains some beautiful murals and frescoes.
Date of experience: May 2019
kpiddy wrote a review Jun 2018
Brisbane, Australia11834 contributions1145 helpful votes
Facing onto Piazza del Plebiscito is the Palazzo dei Priori, formerly known as the Palazzo del Comune. On the first morning of our visit we could not fully appreciate this building as there was a market in progress, the whole piazza was full of stalls and under the portico on the ground floor there were also stall holders. So we made our way out the back of the building into the courtyard, which was also busy. The courtyard/terrace was a great place to visit for the views over the valley and rooftops, view the pretty fountain and learn a little about the importance of Santa Rosa in Viterbo from the display on the wall.…
Date of experience: April 2018
PermanentNomad wrote a review Jun 2017
New York, New York333 contributions144 helpful votes
To visit these beautiful rooms with the frescos you must find the entrance to city hall (next to the post office). Take the stairs or lift to the second floor and the staff will direct you. The frescos of the maps are very interesting. We spent about 15 to 20 minutes admiring each of the 4 or 5 rooms. Well worth a stop, including the view over the piazza.…
Date of experience: June 2017
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Andrei R wrote a review Mar 2017
146 contributions13 helpful votes
Palazzo dei Priori is beautiful any time of the day or night. We lived in the historic part of Viterbo. So for us to go to Palazzo dei Priori was easy. In 5-10 minutes you are there. You walk through Viterbo where every step brings you something new to watch and enjoy.
Date of experience: June 2016
Magdalena O wrote a review Sep 2016
15 contributions2 helpful votes
Being in Viterbo You will definately cross the Plazza, then just take a step and visit. A nice historical place - children friendly.
Date of experience: September 2016