Paliano Mola de Piscoli

Mola de’Piscoli

The first documents on the tower of Piscoli date back to 1332 when it was an isolated tower that was part of a military communications...

Gymnasium

The Paliano gymnasium (gym) is one of the most extraordinary examples of contemporary art of architect Massimiliano Fuksas and has been his...
Paliano- Palazzo d'Ottavi by Benedicta Lee

Palazzo D’Ottavi

The palace dates back to the eighteenth century and originally was called Palazzo Tucci-Savo, in honour of Benedict Tucci-Savo, who in 1867...
Paliano- Palazzo Petrarca by Francesco Massimi

Petrarch Palace

It was built in 1600 by the Petrarch family that, in 1755 brought to Paliano the order of the Passionists In fact, in 1767 the palace...
Paliano- Porta Furba by Francesco Massimi

Porta Furba

The Furba door is located in the north side of the old town and has a small opening hidden in the walls and protected by the natural slope...
Paliano- Porta Napoletana by Benedicta Lee

Porta Napoletana

Porta Napoletana is located along the south side of Paliano overlooking Naples and this building had a brick core with a drawbridge The...
Paliano Porta Romana 1

Porta Romana

Porta Romana is located along the side of Paliano overlooking Rome and its construction dates back to 1232, when Gregory IX strengthened...
Paliano- Palazzo Colonna by Roberta Gabrielli

Colonna Palace

The palace was built by Filippo I Colonna in 1620 as a quadrangular building adherent to the Sant'Andrea church that, at that time, was...

Colonna Fortress

The Colonna fortress is the most representative monument of Paliano and is still used as a prison The fortress was begun in the eleventh...