Palazzo Conti (Conti Palace)

At the beginning of the main street is the Palazzo Conti built between the thirteenth and fourteenth century. The palace consists of two wings of different eras linked by a large arch with a late Renaissance gateway to the building and courtyard. The entrance and courtyard are decorated and embellished with a beautiful sixteenth-century fountain. One part of the building houses the city hall, while the main floor, richly frescoed, is private. Here Pope Innocent XIII was born.

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Guide of Poli

Guide of Poli

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