Palazzo Serena-Monghini

We owe the project to the Camaldolesi monk Giuseppe Antonio Soratini (1682-1762). The rococo decorations of the central portal with the above balustrade of the central window and the frames of the two windows above one another on each floor are the characteristics of the facade. The rooms are arranged around a wide yard-garden. Inside we can find an “archeological” setting carried out by Matteo Monghini and amateur archeologist lover of mosaic art at the end of the 19th century who changed the building into a sort of “museum-dwelling”.

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