Palazzo Galli is a noble building of the sixteenth century with three floors located along the road that leads from the municipality to the collegiate church. It is immediately recognizable for the chromatic play between the white plaster and the dark travertine used to adorn the windows, the string course and the arcade.

The ground floor is enriched by a large porch with round arched openings in Renaissance style. The porch accompanies the difference in height of the street and under its arches there is a sarcophagus of Roman origin and the stately entrance of the building.

Everywhere we find the family crest.

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