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This 16th-century Gothic Renaissance palace served as the mint, an arsenal, and eventually a place for the most educated citizens. Full review →
Most of the palace remains closed to the public, but if you step into the central courtyard you will see the entrance to the small Memorial Room. Full review →
This superb 16th-century palace is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles beginning with an exquisite Renaissance portico. Full review →
This palace, once home to the customs and minting works of the Republic of Ragusa, boasts a striking arcaded gallery. Today the municipal archives are stored here. Full review →
Hosts art exhibitions and the occasional concert. Full review →