"Palazzo Bonasoni" Palazzo Bonasoni Tip by MM212

Palazzo Bonasoni, Bologna: 1 reviews and 2 photos

  Romanesque Column Capitals
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  • Romanesque Column Capitals - Bologna
      Romanesque Column Capitals
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  • Palazzo Bonasoni - Bologna
      Palazzo Bonasoni
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This 16th century palazzo was built for the Bonasoni family. It was designed by Antonio Morandi, known as il Terribilia, who also worked on l'Archiginnasio. The palazzo's fašade, overlooking Via Galliera, has a portico with seven arches, separated by columns whose capitals may have come from an older Romanesque building. At some point during its history, Palazzo Bonasoni was acquired by the Zerbini family, so it is sometimes also known by their name.

Address: Via Galliera, 21

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  • Updated Jul 16, 2009
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