Loggia dei Mercanti, Macerata

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  • The Loggia dei Mercanti di Macerata is a little gem, nestled in the historic center, which helps to make freedom square. You can't help but admire it for its beauty charming and refined. It was commissioned by Alessandro Farnese, then Pope Paul III who in 1500 was designed and built by architects Cassiano da Fabriano and Matthew S. After so many centuries still attracts attention of all tourists who remain really stunned by its harmonious and comely composure.
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  • Air of middle ages and flourishing trades a loggia that hints at an ancient nobility and Elegant dynamism
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  • Historical building in the Centre of Macerata in piazza della Libertà. It was built by architects Cassiano da Fabriano and Matthew Sabbatiniche in the early 16th century by order of the papal legate Alessandro Farnese, the future Pope Paul III.
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