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Maoli Palace was built in the seventeenth century, together with the church of St. Andrew, by the merchant family, Novelli.

The building is austere but elegant: the gates are chiselled in stone and the windows are framed by stone frames. Inside the courtyard there are three rows of round arches. The reception hall, with a large carved stone fireplace, is now used for exhibitions and events.

In some rooms, on the top floor, you can admire some with vaulted ceilings and frescoed rib vaults.