The elegant palazzo Gelasi – Petrucci of Collescipoli (TR) – Artistic and architectonical restoration

Brief historical notes. The imposing bulk of the Palace dominates the main square of Collescipoli, Piazza Risorgimento. It is a compact rectangular block resulting from the amalgamation of various properties purchased in the second half of the 1500s by the brothers Curzio and Ortenzio Catucci. On the main facade there are four rows of windows; the entrance portal is arched and positioned on the axis of symmetry. The internal courtyard, built in the Renaissance style, has three arches. On the ground floor the rooms are characterized by pavilion vaults and late sixteenth century decorative elements, while on the main floor the main room has wooden coffered ceilings and other rooms with finely decorated pavilion vaults.