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Palazzo Salmatoris, Cherasco

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  • nice palace although you don't get to see much of it. only a few the old city of cherasco though was great, so if you visit the city pop in to see, not a must.rooms open. the day we arrived there was ...  more »
  • The first thing that strikes you about this building, recently restored, is that from the outside don't you give him a penny, then just find a magnificent staircase, ceilings and rooms enhanced by an exemplary restoration. It is home to art exhibitions that last for a few months and therefore open on such occasions. Free admission! And this is just one of several possibilities that are offered to the visitors of this beautiful town that has remained unscathed by the scars of years 50 and 60, architectural case perhaps only in the Northeast. Cherasco definately worth a trip from a distance for its markets and artistic heritage.
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  • The beautiful building in the Centre of Cherasco hosts various exhibitions usually well organized and arranged with care. It's worth a visit to admire the works on display (we have seen that by Felice Andreasi which proposed both the paintings an interesting video) that the Palace itself that still preserves some precious frescoes. Tours are free!
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