Palace of Conventual Chaplains

Built during the magistracy of Grand Master Fra Claude de La Sengle (1553-57) as residence for the Conventual Chaplains of the Order of St John who officiated at St Lawrence Church. Its architectural style is early renaissance and includes triple roll mouldings around the three rectangular windows in the piano nobile at the first floor of the building. Unfortunately, over the years this building missed its left flank.

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