Palazzo de la Salle

This Palazzo in Republic Street has an astylar façade with extensive bare wall surfaces punctured by small window
openings at ground floor and regular window openings at first and second floor levels. The mouldings at first floor are in alignment with the elaborate dripstone over the main entrance while those at second floor level have an alternating row of human faces and fleur-de-lys decorations.

The major feature of the façade is the doorway with its distinctive circular opening situated between the door and lintel,
and the corbels supporting the hood mould. Palazzo de la Salle was bought by Grand Master Raymondo Perellos y Roccaful for his nephews in 1715, hence it is also known as Palazzo Perellos.