Not far from the little parish church of Santa Maria is Sellano’s Palazzo Comunale (Town Hall). The building has a typically characteristic façade of the 1500s, remodeled in the 1800s. The building has two floors separated by a cornice. There are two entrance doors on the ground floor and two small quadrangular windows, whereas the upper floor has five large rectangular windows separated by pilasters and decorated with cornices. In one room on the ground floor you can admire a beautiful fresco from the 16th century the “Madonna with Child and Saints” and the famous ‘Piatto di Brevicelli’, a piece from the 16th century made of embossed gilded copper.