Palazzo de Piro is originally three separate houses dating back to the second half of the 16 th Century, built by Malta’s most revered architect Girolamo Cassar or his equally renowned son Vittorio.

In 1868, Alexander de Piro D’Amico Inguanez and his new wife Orsola took up residence after their marriage.

In 2005, Palazzo de Piro was acquired by The Metropolitan Cathedral Chapter and extensive restoration works were undertaken to create a cultural center with art galleries and event spaces that exudes a traditionally noble splendor and grandeur for all to enjoy.

Spectacular views from the Terrace at Palazzo de Piro

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