Another beautiful palazzo with wonderful frescos, across two floors and with an attractive garden, plus they give discounts to the over 65s and provide comfortable chairs to look at the frescos. Upstairs there is a really interesting exhibition about the pigments used to paint the frescos, and the impact that the introduction of plants from Asia and New World had on still life painting in the 16th century. Recommended.
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