[cml_media_alt id='2430']Palazzo Sant'Agostino[/cml_media_alt]

After having hosted the city Prefecture for a long time, Palace Saint Augustine, overlooking the Seafront, is currently the seat of the Provincial Administration. Used as a canteen and club by the English allies, who had taken up residence in the Palace during World War II, the Reception Hall still preserves a huge painting by local painter Giuseppe De Mattia, realized in 1826 specifically for this room. The subject is the presentation to Prince Roberto the Guiscard of the philosopher Constantine the African by an Oriental prince: it is an episode that, referring to the famous Medical School of Salerno, through the Carthaginian philosopher Constantine the African and to the Norman era through Robert the Guiscard, underlined the pride of the most glorious seasons of Salerno.

[cml_media_alt id='313']Provincia di Salerno[/cml_media_alt]The Representation Hall, located on the first floor, has a capacity of 120 seats.

The adjacent Giunta Hall has a capacity of 40 seats.

The Council Chamber, on the second floor, has a capacity of 60 seats.