Inquisitor's Palace

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The Inquisitor's Palace was built in order to reinforce Catholic power in the face of Islam and the emergence of Protestant doctrine. Today, the collections of an ethnographical museum are laid out in this magnificent edifice, which was built from globigerina limestone and repeatedly extended between the 16C and 18C.

Useful information

Address : 

Main Gate Street

Phone:

+356 2182 7006

Opening hours

9am-4.30pm - 6 € - 9 € combo ticket including Maritime Museum

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