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Palazzo Buonadrata

Address: 
Corso d'Augusto - Rimini

Since 1999, Palazzo Buonadrata has been the headquarters of the Cassa di Risparmio di Rimini Foundation and is located in Corso d'Augusto (the ancient decumanus of Roman origin), in the heart of the historic city center.
The Buonadrata family appears in Rimini in 1506 and the first news about the palace dates back to the end of the seventeenth century, even if it is assumed that previously there was a building on the same site. The central staircase with wooden balustrades was built in 1715. In 1786, the earthquake that hit Rimini partially destroyed the facade of the palace, which was then rebuilt. The renovation works are attributed to the Cesena architect Giuseppe Achilli.
The Palace hosted famous personalities who passed through and stopped including: the queen of Naples (in 1735), Napoleon Bonaparte, Vittorio Emanuele II and Giuseppe Garibaldi.
The Palace is one of the few that remained intact to this day, both in its structure and in its external appearance. Absolutely intact are only some parts, definitely representative of the entire building, such as the facades, the grand staircase, the alcove room and the party hall. The remaining parts of the building were at the center of a series of changes following the consolidation and adaptation works to banking activities in 1961.
It was also the seat of the  'Liceo Classico' 'Giulio Cesare' from 1931 to 1996, the one attended by Federico Fellini.

 

Last update date: 10/03/2021 - 12:08