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This palace was built between the end of the fifteenth century and the beginning of the sixteenth century on pre-existing medieval buildings. The pink façade is formed by a double row of windows and embellished by a large arched door surrounded by an ashlar stone frame. The crescent moon appears in several places in the entrance hall, as it was an element of the coat of arms of the Sbrozzi family, that was the first owner of the building. The interior has undergone significant transformations and renovations over the centuries, which largely altered its original appearance. Only three rooms still retain decorative elements: the Room of Myths, the Room of Landscapes and the Room of Cupid.