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    Palazzo della Provincia is a neo-Gothic palace in Arezzo, located in Piazza della Libertà, across the square from Palazzo del Comune, near the Cathedral of Saints Donatus and Peter.

    Together with Palazzo del Comune and the Cathedral, Palazzo della Provincia, seat of the Province of Arezzo, forms a complex very close to an ideal agora, where the main administrative centers of the city are concentrated, in a dominant position on the San Pietro Hill.



    On February 24, 1913, the administration of the Province of Arezzo decided to build its new headquarters, commissioning the engineer Giuseppe Paoli for this project.

    The project consisted in a new building to be used as offices and the restoration of two pre-existing buildings. The masonry work, carried out by the company Giuseppe Rossi, was started shortly after and was completed only on September 27, 1925, followed by the official inauguration of the palace.

    Concerning the decorative works, the realization of the frescoes was entrusted, at the suggestion of the designer, to the painter Adolfo De Carolis, in 1922. The sketch was immediately approved, and the works – started in the summer of 1922 and executed entirely by De Carolis, were concluded at the end of 1923.



    The main facade of the palace overlooking Piazza della Libertà has three levels. The ground floor is characterised by a series of seven arches, flanked on the sides by two arched windows. The central arch houses the main entrance.

    On the first floor, we have another seven arches, but the windows on the sides are rectangular. On the third floor, there are nine rectangular windows in total.



    Palazzo della Provicia is located about 900 meters away from the Arezzo railway station. The closest bus stop is located in Via Ricasoli, only a few meters away, on the bus Line CS2.

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