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Commissioned by Marquis Giacomo Trecchi in 1494, it was completely redesigned in the romantically-inspired neo-Medieval style in 1843 by Marquis Alessandro Trecchi. The façade was enriched with neo-Gothic decorations, battlements and an angular turret. The courtyard is reached through a vast atrium, which was also redesigned and decorated in the neo-Gothic style in the 19th century, painted with red and ochre borders and stringcourse strips. The Verona pink marble columns are 16th century and came from the destroyed library of the Augustinian fathers annexed to the church of Sant’Agostino. Climbing a majestic staircase you reach the rooms on the first floor, adorned with frescoes and decorations from the 19th century.