Viterbo. Lomellino of Aragona-Carnevalini Palace

The Lomellino of Aragona-Carnevalini palace is located in Viterbo in Via Cardinale La Fontaine and dates back to the 16th century.

It owes its name to a family of Ligurian origin whose members were among the protagonists of the Risorgimento and who contributed to the fall of the Papal State in Viterbo. In particular, the Marquis Giacomo Lomellini d'Aragona had invited Garibaldi to stay in his palace in Viterbo.

It is one of the best examples of a Renaissance palace with its richly frescoed interior rooms.

Written by:
Claudia Bettiol

Engineeer, futurist, joint founder of Energitismo and founder of Discoverplaces. Consultant for the development and promotion of the Touristic Development of Territories specialising in...

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