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Palazzo Donini

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Walking down Corso Vannucci from Piazza IV Novembre, right before Piazza Italia, you will find the elegant Palazzo Donini.

Built between 1716 and 1724, designed by Pietro Carattoli and commissioned by Filippo Donnini, who sold it to the City of Perugia in the XIX Century.

The architectural style is reminiscent of XVI Century Tuscany and there are several decorations by local XVIII Century artists, such as the painting of Jupiter striking the Chariot of Pride or the stuccoes painted by Francesco Appiani or the decorations in Sala del Caminetto (the fireplace room), by Pietro Carattoli e Giacinto Boccanera.

Today Palazzo Donini is home to the Regional Administration Offices.

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