Wednesday, May 4, 2016


Built in the sixteenth century for the Capponi, an important Florentine family
The exact date of construction and the architect are unknown
In the second half of the sixteenth century the property passed to the Casali family from Bologna
It was expanded in the seventeenth century
At the beginning of the nineteenth century it was bought by the Dall'Olio family for whom Virginio Vespignani (1808/82) did partial reconstruction in 1840 and designed the FAÇADE
Since the beginning of the twentieth century it belongs to the Antonelli family
The two buildings of the sixteenth and seventeenth century are joined by a transverse porch
In the GARDEN there are remains of ancient Roman structures and a beautiful fountain

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