Palazzo Garampi, Rimini

Palace in Rimini

Palazzo Garampi, RImini Italy
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Palazzo Garampi, located in the heart of the Cittadella district, is a historic building with a fascinating history. It was initially constructed in 1562 based on a design by the architect L. Carducci, who drew inspiration from the architectural ideas of Serlio. However, tragedy struck when the building collapsed due to an earthquake in 1672.

In 1687, the reconstruction of Palazzo Garampi was undertaken by Francesco Garampi, giving the palace its name. Unfortunately, during World War II in 1944, the building suffered further damage. However, efforts were made to rebuild it in accordance with the original design.

Today, Palazzo Garampi serves as the Town Hall, making it not only a historical landmark but also an important administrative center in Rimini. The palace’s resilience through various challenges over the centuries is a testament to its enduring significance in the city’s architectural and civic landscape.

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Visiting Palazzo Garampi, Rimini

Address: Palazzo Garampi, Piazza Cavour, Rimini, Province of Rimini, Italy
Duration: 20 minutes

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