Palazzo della Provincia


Built on the project of Giulio Ulisse Arata (1881-1962), it is set on the remains of the ancient patrician dwelling of the Rasponi family dating back to the 17th century. The style is neoromantic with echoes from the Byzantine tradition. It has a portico onto which the main entrance opens and it is made up of four structures arranged around a garden. Inside there are wall paintings by Antonio Morocutti (1891-1971) and Giovanni Majoli (1893-1988). The so called “Rasponi crypt”, the marvelous garden and the Neo-Gothic tower is what remains of the ancient building.

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