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Palazzo Roncadelli Pallavicino Ariguzzi
Built mid 15th century by the Roncadelli family, it later passed to the Pallavicino family and then to Ariguzzi Marquises. Restored in 2005, it has a well-balanced late Gothic courtyard surrounded on two sides by a pointed arched portico and a wooden panelled ceiling. At the end of the 19th century a second courtyard was built, leading to a chapel used in the 19th century by Canossian nuns who were using the building at the time. The ground floor rooms have Rococo style stucco decorated vaults.