Palazzo Nesta was originally built in 1560 by the Nesta family of noblemen. It maintains traces of its late-Renaissance style facade. The walls of the facade are a bugnato, which was a popular style at the time. Bugnato means that the stones are not flat, but raised, in this case in the form of a pyramid, as can be seen in the bottom right corner of the photo. This building is located on Via Morte in the old town.
For more information about the Nesta family and their palazzo, click here (the info. is in Italian).
Window with Sea Monsters
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