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Discover the venues of the widespread exhibition Story yet to be told

Antico mercato Siracusa

The ancient Market of Syracuse is a building of 1900 that served as the main market until the late 80s’. It consists of a portico of 24 arches and 36 windows, used by the shops that populated the building. The interior consists of a rectangular courtyard with an ornamental fountain. Today it hosts various events throughout the year, including the farmers' market and several musical and cultural events.

Via Trento 2

Google- Palazzo Montalto Pupillo

Palazzo Mergulese-Montalto is a historic building dating back to the 15th century. The Chiaramontano Gothic building belonged to the powerful Montalto family, one of the most influential noble families of Syracuse. Today it is home to cultural institutions and a space for events and art exhibitions.

Via dei Mergulensi 4

Palazzo Vermexio

Palazzo Vermexio is the highest expression of geometrism that animates all the creations of the architect Giovanni Vermexio. Built in the 17th century the palace has a Baroque architectural style with Renaissance influences. It was commissioned by the city government to replace the former seat of the Royal Chamber of Syracuse. The building then became the palace of the City Senate and the City Government to this day, home to the offices of the Mayor and the City Hall. It is on the outside, inside his courtyard, that the works of a "Story yet to be told" will be received.

Via Minerva

Palazzo Gargallo

Palazzo Gargallo is a symbol of prestige and refinement of Ortigia Island, and is a tangible testimony of its rich history and culture. Built in the 18th century, Palazzo Gargallo is an imposing noble residence that reflects the typical Baroque architectural style of the time. It is named after the Gargallo family, one of the most influential noble families of Syracuse. Today, Palazzo Gargallo continues to shine, welcoming cultural events and art exhibitions like ours.

Via Tommaso Gargallo

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Useful information

Story yet to be told exhibition times: all venues are open every day from 10:00 to 20:00.

It is also possible to purchase tickets in front of the exhibition spaces.

Free entry for children up to 5 years old.



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Buy now your ticket for the exhibition 'Story yet to be told' at our online ticket office on DICE

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