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Palazzo Falconi is a noble classical palace with a stately portal with its two columns supporting a small balcony. The building was constructed in 1700 by the Falconi family.

Inside on the first floor there is a large fully frescoed salon and a room adjacent withthe painting of Napoleon’s shadow by the painter Mastro Ubaldo from 1810. The fresco remembers in a burlesque manner the citizens who came to the palace to meet Napoleon, who was expected, but in fact failed to pass by Fiuggi.