It is one of the most important private architectural complexes of Foligno from the eighteenth century and since the year of its construction has always been at the center of the city's political, cultural and social life. At present, the palace, besides hosting the Giant of Giostra of Quintana on the noble floor, is often the fulcrum of numerous artistic and cultural events in Foligno.
Built between 1780 and 1797 by the Brunetti family, the building is the result of a renovation carried out by architect Filippo Neri. Of the previous construction there are some terrestrial spaces and inscriptions on the two-door architraves along the present entrance, referring to the 17th century. The building is divided into three floors and an attic. The noble floor has the most complex decorative trim. Here are the first, second and third halls of Agar, the Aurora Hall and the Erminia Hall, the central salon, where the maximum decorative development of the palace (mosaics on golden background, vertical bands, frameworks , Trophies, weapons, musical instruments, canvas with fantastic views and, on the turn, a complex scene not yet interpreted), the room of the Triumph of Love and the adjacent Orpheus hall.
Presentation of the
UWF 2017 Prize
Portfolio review session
Presentation by Reportage Magazine
Second portfolio review session
Meeting: Michele Smargiassi
editorialist La Repubblica
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Conference on "Post-truth and Photography"
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