Luogo - Historical building
Where Via Pertichetti, 4, Foligno (Perugia)
The exterior is characterized by a portal of 1515 and, in the brick, by a large pointed arch that continues with a wide voult inside, when originally had to cover a large room for popular meetings. On the right you see the cropped Medieval tower, followed by a loggia decorated with graffiti representing the Theological Virtues (1424-1428), attributed to Giovanni di Corraduccio, and seven outside shelves that held as many Roman heads symbolizing the men's age, now in the Trinci Palace Museum. In the lower area, the remains of the late fifteenth century fresco decorations.