Manzioli Palace

  Manzioli Square 5      +386 (0)5 616 21 31     more than a year ago
Originally built in 1470 under the direction of one of Izola's first mayors, Tomasso Manzioli, the recently renovated palace is one of the oldest buildings in the city and home to both the offices of the local Italian self-government and an incredibly charming wine bar. Frequently held art exhibitions are a good excuse to see the beautifully restored interior.


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Aine Pedersen

Manzioli Trg (Square) is also the venue throughout the summer for excellent concerts, most of them free, and other entertainment, which, if you are lucky, can also be enjoyed in front of the wine bar.the side of the square facing the Manzioli Palace is fromed by the wall of the tiny Marija Alietski (Assumption of our Lady) church, in which concerts are also organised and which is worth a visit even when there is no music.
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