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Country: ItalyAddress: Via Pignolo 86, 24121 Bergamo
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Bergamo where important families of the nobility and merchants chose to have their houses built in the sixteenth century. Nowadays some of the original pillars of the ancient building can be seen in the present basement. This is because when the property was bought by the noble family Mosconi in 1741, a total restructuring was carried out, following a project by Caniana.
Owned by the Conti Agliardi since 1845, the palace presents itself with a wide courtyard. The first floor loggia, which is supported by slender columns, overhangs a portico of twin columns and Roman arches, in front of the drawed rooms. On the inside there is a large and luminous central drawing room, flanked by four rooms whose ceilings are decorated with vivacious eighteenth century frescoes by Carlo Innocenzo Carloni and Federico Ferrario. From the drawing room you can step out onto the impressive roof garden.
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