Pirotta Palace is also an important historical site and cultural landscape of Palma. There are many ancient architectural patterns inside it. During World War II, it was destroyed by cup artillery fire. After several restorations, many things have also changed.
Pilotta Palace, located on the Peace Square in the center of Palma, was built in the 16th century by the Parma nobleman Fanesai. There is a statue of Fanesai on the front lawn of the palace. There are museums, theaters and art galleries inside the palace. You can buy a pass to visit it.
It is indeed different at night, and the faint light brings a little mystery.
It takes about 10 minutes to walk from the train station to the back of the Peace Square. It is said that there are museums and art galleries inside. It is a must-see attraction when I come to Parma. Unfortunately, I came here on a business trip and there is not enough time to visit the temple. , But at least know the specific location, be sure to walk in next time.
The Pilotta Palace is located on the Peace Square. The book says that the palace was built between 1583 and 1622 and was damaged during World War II. There are three ruins in the palace. It was a pity that it was already evening, the palace was closed, and it rained heavily the next day, so I left Palma after noon and had no chance to visit the palace.