PALAZZO BONCOMPAGNI, BOLOGNA

Palazzo Boncompagni (now Benelli) is situated just few steps away from piazza Maggiore and the Two Towers, right in the historical centre of the city. Pope Gregory XIII, who was previously Cardinal Ugo Boncompagni, was born and lived in the palace – which belonged to his family – until his[…]

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PALAZZO BRANCADORO, FERMO (FM)

Palazzo Brancadoro, that rises in the medieval streets of the historic center of Fermo, dates back to the end of the 17th century, precisely to 1669.It was the residence of Cesare Brancadoro, belonging to one of the oldest patrician families in the city.Born in 1755 by the Count Giuseppe and[…]

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PALAZZO CARRATELLI, AMANTEA (CS)

Situated in the old centre of Amantea, it commands from on high the view of the town and the sea. This historic residence was built in the second half of the XV century and restructured and extended after the earthquake of 1638. It develops on three levels. On the ground[…]

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PALAZZO CASTRO-POLARA GRIMALDI, MODICA (RG)

Palazzo Castro-Polara Grimaldi, with its unique position on the top of Modica, has a history that dates back to the 17th century. Immediately after the earthquake of 1693 (which destroyed most of the inhabited centers of Val di Noto), the Castro, barons and important landowners of south eastern Sicily, built[…]

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PALAZZO CENTOLA, SALERNO

Palazzo Centola was built in the late 19th Century, just outside the ancient door of the historic centre of Salerno, a couple of decades after the construction of the G. Verdi theatre. After the demolition of the walls it has become one of the most important examples of civil building[…]

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PALAZZO CORSINI, FIRENZE

In 1649 Maria Maddalena Macchiavelli, the wife of the Marchese Filippo Corsini, purchased this palace from the Grand Duke Ferdinando II de’ Medici. Originally Palazzo Corsini was what was called a casino (a small house surrounded by a large garden that extended to the banks of the Arno River where[…]

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PALAZZO CRESPI, MILANO

Casa Crespi is located in the center of Milan, facing Corso Venezia. This house represents one of the few remaining fully intact traditional Milanese-style upper-class homes.The building dates from the 17th century and was renovated in the 1920s by architect Piero Portaluppi. This house hosts a prestigious and historic art[…]

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PALAZZO DALLA CASAPICCOLA, RECANATI (MC)

Palazzo Dalla Casapiccola, an historical house built between the 17th and the 18th century, situated in Recanati, is opened to the guests who may enjoy the exclusiveness that this kind of accommodation provides. Recanati artistic and cultural town is located on a hill in the center of the Marche Region[…]

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PALAZZO DEGLI ANTOCI, RAGUSA

The eclectic and ingenious vision of the master of Sicilian Liberty is visible in every corner of Palazzo Antoci. The current structure of the historic building is due to the architect Paolo Lanzerotti: in the early decades of 1900.  Yesterday as today, today as yesterday: thanks to the painstaking conservation[…]

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PALAZZO DEL CARRETTO, TORINO

Palazzo del Carretto di Gorzegno is located in Turin, on a rectangular block historically known as Isola dell’Assunta, which was built during the second half of the 17th century. The Palazzo’s central location, in Via Bogino 16, allows guests to reach most of Turin’s sights on foot. The Palazzo is in[…]

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