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This seems to be an event venue flanking the Nettuno fountain. The ground floor courtyard and upper loggia, which can be seen through the wrought iron gates, have always struck me a very evocative of days long ago, and the brightly lit chandeliers on the...More
Right on the north side of the Piazzo Maggiore, this ancient building is currently difficult to fully appreciate because of the work and scaffolding obscuring it. It has a number of bars and shops built into it which still function despite the works. The main...More
This old building is worth visiting,the court inside it is fascinating and leads to the palace itself through a staircase. The main access is from Piazza del Nettuno where there is the famous fountain of Neptune. On the other side of the square there is...More
It is a cultural palace. This one is a must to see when you cross under the Voltone,It takes its name from Enzio of Sardinia, Frederick II's son, who was prisoner here from 1249 until his death in 1272.The current Gothic appearance dates from the...More
OK, everyone does it....but you must try it. Stand in one corner and let your Partner stand across in the other.....whisper a few words facing the corner, and your Partner will hear every word !! Simple but fascinating and a Must Do !! Try it...More
The Palazzo was built in 1200. It is an architectural complex so impressive as to be crossed by two streets that cross under the Voltone Podesta. Above rises the Torre dell'Arengo, with its bell that called the people in case of extraordinary events. The Voltone...More