Town hall in Corleone

The Town Hall of Corleone is a building dating back to the 18th century.
It was built in 1743, as reported on the marble plaque on the façade.
The façade culminates with a niche, placed on the attic wall, containing the marble statue of the Immaculate Conception, elected co-patron of the city following the plague epidemic of 1625. The building is flanked by the Civic Tower, characterized by smooth members and a mechanical clock.
Inside the building of particular value are: a large marble staircase leading to the upper floor; the Council Hall and the works of the Corleonese engraver Giuseppe Vasi, the four magnificences of ancient and modern Rome.

Next to the Town Hall stands the ex Palazzo Cammarata, dating back to the same period but rebuilt in 1945. Inside there is the bronze work that depicts the salient moments of the history of Corleone by the artist Biagio Governali from 1985.

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