2023 11/11
Italy Apulia Acquaviva delle Fonti Exif: NIKON D750, 20.0 mm f/1.8 @ f/8.0 1/1000, ISO 100 37   
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Bishop's Palace, Acquaviva delle Fonti

The Palace was commissioned by Monsignor Falconi as a replacement for inadequate prelatial structures. After a collapse in 1859, the design was assigned to Luigi Castellucci, a student of Luigi Vanvitelli. Following an initial accident, the building's location was changed. Used by prelates until 1986, it remained unused due to lack of funds until 2013, when a conservative restoration began, reopening in 2015.

Acquaviva delle Fonti, Bishop's Palace, co-cathedral of St. Eustace, Apulia, Province of Bari
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