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Vico Satriano 3, Naples

Palazzo Satriano is a historic Neapolitan palace built in 1604 by Prince Cariati.

In addition to overlooking the Riviera di Chiaia and via Calabritto, the building also has access to Vico Satriano.

 

From here you enter a characteristic courtyard adorned with two rooms located to the right and left of a large piperno staircase that leads to the Corte Satriano suites.

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The Satriano palace is one of the most illustrious and valuable buildings in Naples which, due to its magnificence and the beauty of its views, was inhabited by various viceroys from Fadrique Alvarez de Toledo y Ponce de Leon, Marquis of Villafranca and ambassador to the Papal State, in 1672 replaced by the viceroy Marquis of Astorga and subsequently by the Marquis of Los Velez who lived there until 1682.

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