L’AQUILA – ITALY, 2015
Centi Palace is one of the most important Baroque monuments in the Region of Abruzzo. It was constructed between 1752 and 177. The building boasts a three-story rectangular floor plan, a large entrance gallery with an inner courtyard, and a monumental staircase.
The palace also has very particular and characteristic facades. The principal facade is divided into three parts and has an impressive balcony overlooking the majestic main entrance. The balcony is supported by three pairs of columns in Borromean style rotated at a 45° angle. A unique element of the Palace is that it is isolated on its four sides.