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Monuments in Arezzo

Ex Sinagoga - Monte San Savino

Ex Sinagoga - Monte San Savino

The ex Sinagogue is a very unusual building. It has been restored various times and is located in a street now named after Salomon Fiorentino a jewish poet from Monte San Savino
Loggia dei Mercanti - Monte San Savino

Loggia dei Mercanti - Monte San Savino

The elegant Loggia dei Mercanti (Merchants’ Arcade) is opposite Palazzo di Monte. It is attributed to Nanni di Baccio Bigio and was built at the time of the Julius III pontificate
Loggiato Vasariano - Castiglion Fiorentino

Loggiato Vasariano - Castiglion Fiorentino

The construction of the Loggiato, in the background of the Piazza del Municipio, dates back to 1513
Palazzo Camaiani-Albergotti

Palazzo Camaiani-Albergotti

This is part of a composite group of buildings resulting from the grouping together of palaces belonging to Guelf noble families (Camaiani, Sassoli and Albergotti), which were built at the end of the Borgo Maestro
Palazzo Comunale - Castiglion Fiorentino

Palazzo Comunale - Castiglion Fiorentino

Perhaps constructed by Perugians around 1375-76, the building is situated on the most ancient Palazzo dei Priori
Palazzo del Governo

Palazzo del Governo

A large complex looking out onto the square at the top of the Poggio del Sole, at the southwest extremity of the town walls
Palazzo delle Logge

Palazzo delle Logge

This building dominates the highest part of Piazza Grande like a great Renaissance frame in the heart of the medieval city
Palazzo di Fraternita

Palazzo di Fraternita

This building, a harmonious grafting of Renaissance onto Gothic, is situated on the northwest side of piazza Grande, next to the more recent Palazzo del Tribunale
Palazzo Lappoli

Palazzo Lappoli

An interesting architectural structure derived from the construction of a 14th century building - the home of the Lappoli family - next to a tower from the previous century
Palazzo Pretorio - Monte San Savino

Palazzo Pretorio - Monte San Savino

The Magisterial Palace housed the vicars’ and the podestà’s offices as well as the prisons and the chancery office
Porta Fiorentina - Monte San Savino

Porta Fiorentina - Monte San Savino

The Porta Fiorentina (Florentine Gate) was probably designed by Giorgio Vasari, whereas the actual construction was carried out by Nanni di Baccio Bigio

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