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Palazzo delle Albere

Palazzo delle Albere is a remarkable example of a fortified palace built in the Renaissance style.

 Palazzo delle Albere
 Palazzo delle Albere

A splendid example of a fortified palace built in the Renaissance style, nowadays the palace hosts temporary art exhibitions. The name "Albere" is supposed to come from the row of poplars lining the ancient road, which took travellers from Tre Portoni and via Santa Croce to the Eastern access. The palace was built in 1550 for the Madruzzo family, which held the Principality of Trento for a century.

The building displays defensive architectural features, such as corner towers. Nonetheless, its rigid, quadrangular shape is lightened by a complex movement of windows and imitation-ashlar decorations. In 1796 a serious fire destroyed most of its 16th century frescoes indoor, and after that the palace suffered a long period of decline as it was used as barracks, farm and even hayloft. Fragments of paintings dedicated to the Ages of Man, the Seven Liberal Arts, the Months, the Four Cardinal Virtues and the Three Theological Virtues - classical topics of Humanist culture - still remain.



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Magnifica Corte Trapp

Magnifica Corte Trapp

Since the 13th centrury, the Magnifica Corte Trapp was a seat of justice, and was owned first by the Caldonazzo family and then by the Counts Trapp.

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Palace of Justice (Palazzo Assessorile)

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A fine example of a historic residence of gentry living in Val di Non

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Palazzo Pretorio e Torre Civica

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