PALAZZO DUCALE OF SABBIONETA ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY OF SOME DECORATED ROOMS

Bianchi, A.; Belloni, M.

Sabbioneta is a small town situated in the province of Mantova, in northern Italy. Founded by Vespasiano Gonzaga Colonna in the XVI century, it constituted the capital of the Sabbioneta Ducat. His specific historical background and renaissance urban fabric made it enter into the UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2008. Other than the economic and political consequences of this event, it shows the architectural importance of Sabbioneta and its great potential for future developments. Palazzo Ducale (Figure 1) was one of the first constructions of the new town. Acting as a ducal residence in its beginnings, its function has evolved over time until the current situation: an exposition space.

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Bianchi, A. / Belloni, M.: PALAZZO DUCALE OF SABBIONETA ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY OF SOME DECORATED ROOMS. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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