Pima's Palace

Pima's Palace

PIMA'S PALACE is located across the street from Buca Palace, in a small square of Flour. The palace belonged to the Pima noble family, built in the seventeenth century. It is one of the luckiest Kotor palaces because it was never destroyed in earthquakes, so it prserved its original appearance for more than 300 years. The palace was built in a Baroque style, on two floors, with stone pillars and a balcony with a metal fence - 250 years old. Notable personalities from this family are the poets Jerome and Bernard Pima (crowned with laurel at the Roman Capitol), Ljudevit Pima, vice-rector and professor at the University of Padua. Above the main entrance is the family coat of arms, supported by two angels. Today, the Pima Palace houses the Gallery „Solidarity“.

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Marijana Niković licensed tourist guide for Montenegro.
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