This palace was built in the latter part of the 16th century for Giovan Battista Bernardino, Bishop of Ajaccio.It was probably built by Bartolomeo Ammannati, who was working on the Palazzo Pubblico at this time.
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Lucca - a Gem of a City
Lucca is a gem of a little Italian city. It has all you could wish to find crammed into the centre, and all surrounded by imposing walls. Narrow medieval streets paved in stone lead into piazzas large...
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In August 2004 I travelled from Croatia via Slovenia to Italy through Mediterranean Europe. After Zagreb, Ljubljana and Venice I visited Lucca in the Northern Tuscany.
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