196. Nicolo’ Palma (1694-1779)

Architect born in Trapani, in 1730 he was elected as architect of the Senate of Palermo succeeding to his uncle, architect Andrea Palma. He was engineer for the Royal estate and designed many palaces, churches and public spaces in Palermo and Western Sicily including:

1. Villa Giulia;
2. Church of Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio (1750 c.)
3. San Gioacchino all’Olivella (1736)
4. Villa Pantelleria (1740)
5. Villa Comitini-Trabia (1760 c.)
6. Church of S. Lucia al Borgo
7. Albergo dei Poveri
8. Palazzo Comitini (1766 – 1781)
9. Design for the city of Ustica

Palazzo Comitini, Palermo
Palazzo Comitini, Palermo

Read More:
1. Wikipedia, https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicol%C3%B2_Palma

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