The Palazzo Arcivescovile was built at the beginning of the 13th Century, and is currently the home of the diocesan ... More
The Palazzo Arcivescovile was built at the beginning of the 13th Century, and is currently the home of the diocesan administration. It has a characteristic large portico, the tallest in the city and one of the first to be built in stone (not wood). The building's façade faces onto the courtyard. It was designed by Domenico Tebaldi and dates back to 1575.
This impressive building is directly opposite the Basilica di San Petronio . It was built from 1485 using the designs
of Aristotele Fioravanti. It is on the site of what was previously the palatium vetus, the old city government ...
Building work for this magnificent Municipal Palace began in 1287 on the Western side of Piazza Maggiore . It was
originally called the "Palazzo delle Biade" and became the splendid residence of the papal legate. The only remaining architectural ...
This 16th century palazzo is attributed to Formigine due to its characteristic carved stone façade. There is a pretty courtyard
made up of two open air galleries with a powerful statue of Hercules which was sculpted by Giuseppe Mazza. ...
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