Interdisciplinary museum founded in the 9.000th century by Enrico Piraino, baron of Mandralisca, the museum preserves archaeologists' possessions, shells and a collection of coins. The museum also houses an art gallery and a library with over XNUMX historical and scientific works, including incunabula, books and nautical charts. Among the most important paintings are: the "Portrait of a man" by Antonello da Messina, "View of Cefalù" by Francesco Bevilacqua, "Christ on the day of judgment" by Johannes de Matta, and a series of images on the second floor.
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