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Palazzo Comunale (Town Hall)

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Opposite the cathedral, overlooking the central square of the city, Piazza Repubblica, stands the Palazzo Comunale (Town Hall), whose oldest nucleus dates back to the 13th century. Structural reconstructions have been carried out several times – in the sixteenth century when it was almost completely rebuilt and in the nineteenth century when it was necessary to repair the serious damage caused by the earthquake of 1832. For this reason, between 1835 and 1838, the current neoclassical façade, which is three floors high and which has six Ionic columns supporting five round arches, was built on the designs of the architect Antonio Mollari.
The only part left of the original structure is the crenellated tower, which, however, was strongly damaged by the earthquake in 1997; the upper part has been restored.

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