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Palazzo Chiatti is a stately building of Campagnano di Roma that overlooks the main street and was built according to Renaissance canons at the end of the eighteenth century.

Its regular shapes are marked by regular orders of windows distributed on the three floors and by a string-course. The elegant entrance is adorned with a large frame in worked marble and an overhanging balcony.

On the corner of the building is a large coat of arms with lily flowers, the same flower that is found on the cornice just below the roof of the building.