Palazzo Nacci - Amelia
The Palazzo Nacci shows different phases of construction: infact it was begun in the fourteenth century and it was made up of three buildings and it was completed in the following century.
Roman origin eggs, the other jagged. Traces of Guelph type windows are visible in the upper floors, bas-relief on the lintel, the emblem of the family Nacci. At entrance, on the side of Pellegrino Carleni Street, a beautiful travertine portal with bas-relief decoration and courtyard of the Palace with elegant staircase and a loggia decorated with Corinthian columns. The building is privately owned.
In the surrounding area
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