Casa Barabino

Tortona

Casa Barabino

Angelo Barabino, the painter from Tortona, had a strong connection with the territory in which his art developed. The relationship based on friendship and esteem with Paolo Barabino, Angelo’s nephew, encouraged the …

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Giardini di Villa Genova

San Salvatore Monferrato

Giardini di Villa Genova

The Garden, which covers an area of approximately 10,000 metres, is surrounded by a hawthorn hedge and borders with the Church of Sant'Anna. Inside, it is joined and divided by avenues and paths, winding among rhododendron …

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La Casa Gotica o Casa del Tranquillo

Arquata Scrivia

La Casa Gotica o Casa del Tranquillo

The construction of this home probably dates to when Opizzino Spinola (1313) was made a feudal lord, which marked the beginning of a period characterised by a certain vibrant building activity of Arquata. On a visit to Arquata …

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palazo Magnocavalli

Casale Monferrato

palazo Magnocavalli

Façade: The stone portal may be attributable to Benedetto Alfieri, present in Casale in 1736; the Pelagatta family, marble workers from Viggiù, made the balcony balustrade in 1737. Courtyards: The entrance …

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Palazzo Anna D'Alençon

Casale Monferrato

Palazzo Anna D'Alençon

The Palazzo, dating from the 15th-16th century, was home to the Marquise Anna d’Alençon. From this same period is the remarkable Renaissance courtyard, surrounded by circular brick columns with cubiform capitals, …

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Palazzo Callori

Vignale Monferrato

Palazzo Callori

Palazzo Callori is an imposing building designed according to the architectural canons of 18th century patrician residences. The Callori family, who gave their name to the building, was one of the oldest aristocratic families …

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Palazzo Cuttica di Cassine

Alessandria

Palazzo Cuttica di Cassine

Seat of the A. Vivaldi Music Academy. Built starting from the late 17th century on the foundations of a preceding palazzo belonging to the family, it is attributed to the master builders Ambrogio and Bernardo Bianchi. In …

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Palazzo Ghilini

Alessandria

Palazzo Ghilini

Authentic gem of the Piedmont baroque era, built according to the plan of the architect Benedetto Alfieri from Asti, and commissioned by the Marquis Tommaso Ghilini. Called "Royal city palace", it was confiscated …

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palazzo Gozzani Treville

Casale Monferrato

palazzo Gozzani Treville

Palazzo Treville (courtyard) Palazzo Gozzani Treville, better known as the headquarters of the Philharmonic Academy that moved from the nearby Palazzo Pallavicino-Mossi, is one of the finest examples of an 18th century aristocratic …

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Palazzo Lignana di Gattinara

Rivalta Bormida

Palazzo Lignana di Gattinara

Palazzo Lignana di Gattinara, in Rivalta Bormida, stands at the end of Contrada Lunga, now Via Giuseppe Baretti. The building, with its sober elegant facade, is a typical example of an aristocratic residence of "Alto …

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Palazzo Municipale Gozzani San Giorgio

Casale Monferrato

Palazzo Municipale Gozzani San Giorgio

The elegant building, partly rebuilt in 1775 to a design by Count Filippo Nicolis de Robilant for the Gozani family of San Giorgio, was completed in 1778. Since 1885, the building has been home to the Town Council. The …

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Palazzo Sannazzaro Natta e Palazzo Caire di Lauzet

Casale Monferrato

Palazzo Sannazzaro Natta e Palazzo Caire di Lauzet

Palazzo Sannazzaro was built in the early 18th century on a pre-existing medieval building and is considered one of the most beautiful examples of Piedmontese Baroque. Built at the behest of Count Gian Battista Sannazzaro, …

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Palazzo Spinola

Rocchetta Ligure

Palazzo Spinola

Rochetta Ligure came about through the behest of Napoleone Spinola, a descendant of a powerful far-seeing Genoese family who had understood the geographical importance of its location. The village, in fact, is on the only …

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Palazzo Tornielli

Molare

Palazzo Tornielli

The palazzo rises where the medieval castle once stood. In the early 19th century, Count Celestino Tornielli purchased the area of the castle and had a palazzo built there. The Tornielli family are a noble family who had …

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