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Historical Buildings in Bisceglie

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Palazzo Ammazzalorsa

Palazzo Ammazzalorsa - Bisceglie

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It’s a building of the 18 th century belonging to Ammazzalorsa Family. It contains porcelain collections, old weapons and wonderful paintings. The garden has Classic sculptures of Dossena, marble busts and a bas reliefrepresenting the three Saints. The chimneypot has written lines of verses of Seneca it was done by Master Francesco Napoletano. The balconies, fiftteenth century, were sculpted in 1936.

  • Address Via Trieste - Bisceglie

Palazzo Berarducci

Palazzo Berarducci - Bisceglie

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 The palace was constructed in 1691 and it was finished in 1696. This palace belongings to Veneziani Family and afterwards to Berarducci Nobility Family. The building has an “atrium” and artesian well with the family coat of arms.

 

  • Address Via Frisari - Bisceglie

Palazzo Di Lucrezia Borgia

Palazzo Di Lucrezia Borgia - Bisceglie

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The palace was constructed by the middleof the 15thcentury. Its formidable diamond-point façade, its beautiful portal and its balcony.

 



 


  • Address Vico Strada Ospedale - Bisceglie

Palazzo Manes

Palazzo Manes - Bisceglie

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It was constructed in 1776 by Biagio Manes, a Spanish captain moves to Bisceglie around 1760. The historical palace is located in “Campo di Fiori”, a man son’s Prospero inherited it and then it was sold because of money problems to the lawyer Giacinto La Notte. On the second floor there is the Chapel Maneo and its wood altar and majolica tiles.


  • Address Via Trento - Bisceglie
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