Looking directly onto the lake with a centuries-old park, the palace is the most important historic residence in Sale Marasino. Of late Renaissance architecture, it consists of a central body and two lateral wings, crowned by a dense series of corbels under the eaves. The windows are symmetrical to the sides of a portico and a loggia, both with Tuscan order columns and architraves in Sarnico stone. There are frescoed landscapes and trompe-l’oeil art from the 1500s in the loggia, the gallery and in some of the rooms.
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