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Palazzo Nacci - Amelia
Palazzo Nacci shows different phases of construction; it was begun in the fourteenth century and completed in the following century, and it was made up of three buildings.
The facade is divided by two string-course lines, one with motifs of ova of Roman origin, the other dentate.
On the upper floors there are traces of Guelph-style windows with the coat of arms of the Nacci family on the bas-relief architrave.
The entrance, on the side of Via Pellegrino Carleni, has a beautiful portal in travertine with bas-relief decoration, and in the courtyard is an elegant staircase and a loggia decorated with Corinthian columns.
The palace is privately owned.