Palazzo del Vescovo di Cervia (Palace of the Bishop of Cervia)

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Palazzo del Vescovo di Cervia (Palace of the Bishop of Cervia)

The palace was not finished and consists of only one angle between via dei Banchi Vecchi and via delle Carceri. The project belonged to A.da Sangallo the Younger, who began its construction for Pietro Fieschi, bishop of Cervia, governor of Rome in 1521-1523. It is not the only Renaissance building near the church: in the nearby alley named after Benvenuto Cellini, a house retains its graffito decoration: the narrowness of the alley preserved the painting from being damaged by the rain.

Palazzo del Vescovo di Cervia, Vicolo delle Carceri, rome Palazzo del Vescovo di Cervia (Palace of the Bishop of Cervia), Vicolo delle Carceri, rome

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Palazzo del Vescovo di Cervia (Palace of the Bishop of Cervia)
Vicolo delle Carceri
00186, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Ponte (Via Coronari-Ponte Vittorio) (Roma centro)
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