- Art & Culture
Built at the end of the 15th century by Cremonese architect De Lera, it was the home of the noble Fodri family. The somber lightly ashlared façade is enhanced by a refined terracotta frieze and ends with a row of round decorations on which busts of warriors and ladies appear. In the internal porticoed courtyard with overlapping loggia one can see a stringcourse strip in terracotta illustrating a battle scene as well as episodes from Roman history on the eaves. On the upper floor there is a room with wooden ceiling decorated with 168 panels showing portraits of famous men and women from the beginning of the 16th century.
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