At the beginning of the 18th century this building belonged to the counts Pero Bertini, as can be seen from the insignia in the hall on the noble floor, but was then passed on to the Dal Monte Casoni family.
From the main entrance a large corridor leads into a spacious courtyard which once hosted the stables and the garages. On the left of the vestibule you enter an apartment which is decorated with frescoes by Alessandro Della Nave. On the other side an elegant staircase – work of Domenico Morelli – decorated with mythological statues, leads to the noble floor. here the rooms have been embellished with 18th century country-side paintings by Antonio Villa.
Today the building hosts offices and private homes.
Dal Monte Casoni Palace
via Emilia 34
Last Updated: 18/07/2020