An important palace which is also the seat of a centuries-old assistive activity
One of the most important noble residences of the city. Built in the late 1600s and redesigned 30 years later by Alfieri, it was the residence and center of social activities and care of one of the most influential families of the royal court in 1800. Since 1864 it has been the museum and seat of the Opera Pia which continues the assistance activity of Giulia di Barolo, the last of her family.
Information curated by:
edoardo accattino, Giulietta De Luca, milli paglieri, Staff Landscapefor (2018-2022)