The Ospedale Vecchio was founded by Rodolfo Tanzi in 1201. It faces onto Via d'Azeglio and its façade is decorated ... More
The Ospedale Vecchio was founded by Rodolfo Tanzi in 1201. It faces onto Via d'Azeglio and its façade is decorated with a series of porticoes and marble columns. Enlarged, and partially reconstructed in the 15th Century, its enormous architectural complex developed and became part of the Sforza family's Renaissance hospital, built on a cross plan. Four large courtyards were later added to this by Giovanni Antonio da Erba. It underwent various other changes throughout the Centuries and housed the hospital until 1926. The decoration on the façade and in the cloisters are by the 16th Century artist Antonio Ferrari d'Agrate. Today the building houses the Library, the Archivio Storico Comunale and the Archivio di Stato (state archives).
This building has housed the Regional Administration Tribunal since 1977 and is located in what was once an end of
the 15th and beginning of the 16th Century palace, belonging to the Sforza di Santafiora. Commissioned by Alfonso Pallavicino ...
The Palazzo Ducale is now home to a police headquarters. Commissioned by Ottavio Farnese in 1561 and built to a
design by Vignola, it was modified in the 18th Century by Petitot who added four, angular pavilions and changed ...
This large complex that has incorporated the Palazzo delle Poste since 1909, was originally made up of various houses in
the center of which was the parocchial church of San Michele del Pertugio, which was closed in 1653 and ...
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