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The palace dates back to the nineteenth century and has the classic look of a villa / palace with garden and frescoed interior halls. In the garden you can see the symbol of the family in wrought iron.

There is an anecdote about the building of the palace that represents the spirit of Guarcino as ‘free municipality’. During the construction, a piece of city walls was demolished, and the commune sued the family and obtained the reconstruction of the wall, albeit in a new position.