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 Giocondo 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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