Municipal Building 'Daidone Leone'

The palace was built around the turn of the nineteenth century, of particular interest is the neoclassical facade, symmetrical respect to the central axis, which has, at the ground floor, three large arched openings, with the central one finely crafted.

Of refined workmanship, with coat of arms on the keystone, is the wrought-iron balcony, a work of ancient local workers.

The intervention of conservative consolidation, aimed at the protection and improvement of the historical artifact, from both the static point of view and from the point of view of aesthetics, has consisted in the restoration of the stucco and wall paintings, in the integration of missing pieces of stone, in the plaster consolidation, in the restoration of floors, in the restoration of frames and portals of the main façade.

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YEAR PLACE
2006 VITA (TP) - IT
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