Point of interest

Palazzo Terzi

Eighteenth-century villa, now the Town Hall

The architectural complex passed to the noblewoman E. Castellani Terzi in 1828, to whom the heraldic coat of arms on the main façade is dedicated. Her initials can also be found in the centre of the Venetian mosaic floor in the hall on the first floor.

Among the plaques, there is an inscription in honour of Carlo Alberto, King of Sardinia, and his sons Vittorio Emanuele II and Ferdinando Maria, Duke of Genoa. The sovereign established his headquarters here during the first war of independence (1848). Since the 20th century, the palace has been municipal property and houses the Sommacampagna Town Hall.

Helpful information

Piazza Carlo Alberto, 1, Sommacampagna, VR, Italia




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