Palazzo della Giudecca
Giudecca Palace is an ancient palace in Trapani, cultural center of the Jewish Quarter. In the sixteenth century it passed to the Ciambra family, which owes its unique decoration in ashlar diamond Plateresque of Catalan origin. It is a two-storey complex, with a Gothic portal and a side tower (one of the five towers depicted in the coat of arms of the City). Inside, a fine garden with well and scale windows in square blocks, richly decorated in Gothic-Renaissance style.