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Location Napoleone (15th-16th century)

Its origins date back to the 15th-16th century. In 1711 it was the residence of the castellan Giovanni Giacomo Paltro. At the end of the nineteenth century on the arch of the portico under the building there was the date of 1462, which in all probability refers to restoration and expansion works. Following the Treaty of Utrecht, the French armies of Napoleon arrived here too and, on June 5, 1797, signed peace with the Republic of Genoa right in the palace. It was between the late 1800s and early 1900s that Eng. Tornielli who renovated it in 1910 and furnished it with period furniture. Abandoned in 1960, it was restored in the 90s by the current owner with excellent results. Architecturally, the porticoed part is very beautiful, giving lightness to the building, opening it to the beautiful panorama in front of it, on the hills of Monferrato.

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