The building, characterized by a very large pointed arch, constituted the town hall of 1262-65. On the façade there are two stone coats of arms: the first one is in Gothic style and made of white limestone, it has six bands presumably of alternating color and at the top four alternating three-toothed lilies, a clear reference to the Cape of Anjou, distinctive lambello in Italy of the Guelph part. The second one with the field occupied entirely by a lion is the coat of arms of Catenaccio Catenacci di Anagni, mayor of Foligno in 1311.
Il progetto Divina Foligno è sviluppato nell’ambito del “programma Agenda urbana di Foligno Smart community - Comunità, Sostenibilità – Foligno 2020” intervento OT.6 INT_01 “Realizzazione della rete di attrattori culturali attraverso la realizzazione di itinerari culturali e tematici
The Divina Foligno project is promoted and financed as part of the "Urban Agenda of Foligno Smart community - Community, Sustainability - Foligno 2020 program" intervention OT.6 INT_01 "Creation of a network of cultural attractions through the creation of cultural and thematic itineraries"