Palazzo Guarnieri is located in the very centre of Feltre (Bl), in the Piazza Maggiore, an ancient city in the Dolomiti National Park, Unesco heritage. The angle of a XVth Century house, with its gothic windows, which had survived the catastrophic fire of 1510, inspired the architect Giuseppe Segusini, who built the present neogothic building in the Nineteenth Century. Towards the end of WWI it was occupied by the last Habsburg emperor, the “blessed” Charles I. Since the last twenty years its frescoed rooms upstairs are dedicated to various genres, from classical to modern music, particularly jazz.
PALAZZO GUARNIERI, FELTRE (BL)
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