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Towering over the east end of Corso Vittorio Emanuele the Cavarretta Palace, also called the Senatorial Palace, is one of the most imposing and recognizable sites in Trapani, with marble statues and a massive clock and calendar looking down from the Baroque facade. The palace dates to 1672 when Giacomo Cavarretta commissioned the architect Andrea Palma to build it on the site of the ancient Loggia dei Pisani. For years, it was the local Senate house, and today it still serves as Trapani’s city hall.