Villa Bracciano

Description

Located at the intersection between via Statuto and via Nullo, Villa Bracciano was one of the first refined palaces built in the early XX Century in the residential district of Santa Lucia.

In fact, it was realized approximately in 1906 following the project of the architect Luigi Bergonzo (father of Alziro Bergonzo, another renowned architect from Bergamo).

The corner turret and its decorative elements still draw the attention of every passer-by. Under the drainpipe, floral frescoes run all around the building. Pilasters, floral patterns and putti surround the windows in an uninterrupted decoration.

Last but not least, the writing “labor omnia vincit”, from Virgil's “Georgiche”.


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Located at the intersection between via Statuto and via Nullo, Villa Bracciano was one of the first refined palaces built in the early XX Century in the residential district of Santa Lucia.

In fact, it was realized approximately in 1906 following the project of the architect Luigi Bergonzo (father of Alziro Bergonzo, another renowned architect from Bergamo).

The corner turret and its decorative elements still draw the attention of every passer-by. Under the drainpipe, floral frescoes run all around the building. Pilasters, floral patterns and putti surround the windows in an uninterrupted decoration.

Last but not least, the writing “labor omnia vincit”, from Virgil's “Georgiche”.


Not to be missed in this area