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Important noble families have enriched and enhanced the cultural life of Irpinia.

D'Aquino, Carafa, Lancellotti, Caracciolo, Filangieri, Imperiali, Gesualdo,

Hugo, Della Marra, Pignatelli, Del Tufo, Grimaldi, Altavilla, Della Leonessa and many others.

Preziosi Palace in Aiello del Sabato

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Caracciolo Palace in Avellino

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Bufata Palace in Flumeri

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Pagani Palace in Quadrelle

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Imperiali Palace in Salza Irpina

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Caravita Palace in Sirignano

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