Restored in 2001, this building is made up of a set of buildings made in successive eras over the nearly four hundred years between the second half of the13th century and the first half of the 16th century.
The Renaissance-style facade, as the inscription that runs there recalls, was raised in 1531 at the behest of the famous humanist and philosopher Egidio Canisio, cardinal of Viterbo and perpetual governor of Cingoli.
A fine carved clock from 1482 stands out on the tower.
On the top floor of the building is located the so-called “Hall of Coat of Arms“, dedicated to city heraldry, which currently houses Lorenzo Lotto’s altarpiece “The Madonna of the Rosary”.
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