This slightly faded palace came to life and became my highlight of the trip when our guide ( who lived and had been brought up here) opened up the doors and shutters and showed us the rooms inside. Without her guiding we would have had no idea what was there. The stories behind the different rooms, the natural dies and colours on the wood work and the beautiful tile mosaics as well as the french style kitchen and radiators were fascinating. The rooms were stunningly beautiful in a slightly faded way. Definitely worth a visit.
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