Palazzo Belgioioso

Palazzo Belgioioso

Built at the behest of Archduke Alberico Barbiano di Belgioioso d’Este to a design by Giuseppe Piermarini in the second half of the 18th century, this stately palazzo boasts a tall lower storey faced in bossage stonework, above which are two further storeys in the Corinthian order, with monumental pilasters and four, central half columns crowned with a triangular tympanum. The spaces between the windows of the first and second floors are filled with bas-relief carvings. Inside, a monumental staircase climbs to the piano nobile, which boasts plasterwork decorations by Albertolli and frescoes by Martin Knoller.

Piazza Belgioioso, Milano

    This point of interest is in the following itineraries

  • Historical Palaces

    The surroundings of Via Monte Napolenone






Case Museo Milano


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