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Fizzarotti Palace – Freemasonry and the fireplace hall

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Of the five main halls on the first floor of Palazzo Fizzarotti, the fireplace hall is certainly the most mysterious. Completed in 1908, it is said to represent a Masonic temple. Elements such as the Star of David, the double columns and the Tuareg rose on the fireplace, which is said to represent the East, would lead one to suspect this. The fireplace hall was also the reception room where guests were received and receptions were organised, such as the one in honour of Queen Elena who came from Montenegro to abjure Orthodoxy and marry Victor Emmanuel III.

Fizzarotti Palace – Freemasonry and the fireplace hall

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 193, 70122 Bari BA, Italy

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