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Marigliano Palace, Naples

Marigliano Palace - Naples, Italy
Marigliano Palace
39 Via San Biagio dei Librai, Naples , Italy 80138Map
+39 081 203 110
Overview

This "palazzo" was built for Bartolomeo di Capua, Count of Altavilla, by Giovanni Donadio (the Mormando) in 1512-13. The building has undergone significant alterations through time, especially in the basements. It is one of the most beautiful and elegant renaissance homes in Naples. The fa├žade is divided into three floors, and is interrupted by three sets of windows separated by pilaster strips. More recently the, "Il Giornale" directed by Benedetto Croce newspaper was printed in the building. The Campania Archive Service is now located in this, "palazzo".

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