Entering a building and entering a fascinating history book, in Genoa: this what Palazzo Lomellino stands for.
The building was ordered by Nicolosio Lomellino between 1563 and 1569, and was designed by the architect Giovanni Battista, also known as “Il Bergamasco”. Located downtown Genoa, in via Garibaldi (the ancient “Strada Nuova“), Palazzo Lomellino has open to the public again in 2004, when Genoa was the European Capital of Culture.
It is one of the “Palazzi dei Rolli“, a system of 42 Genoese buildings that in 2006 became a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Today is the perfect location to host cultural events and business meetings, the fresco rooms and outdoor gardens offer unique environment.
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