Visit the 18th-century Palazzo Leopardi, birthplace of the poet, still inhabited by his descendants and located in piazza "Saturday the village" and admire the exhibition of objects and manuscripts by writer enables you to retrace the life, to understand the training.
The palazzo Leopardi Recanati overlooks the pitch that took the name from a famous opera by James, "on Saturday to the village". The current structure does not hit for a particular grandeur, but for its simple lines and elegant and you have the last restoration, performed in the 18th century by the architect Carlo Orazio Leopards, great-uncle of poet. Opposite is the building of stables that once housed in the upper floors some domestic families, including that of Teresa Fattorini, then celebrated by the poet as Silvia. The entire first floor, above the old cellars, is occupied by the famous library, while the rest of the building is the home of the family: to access it is a large 18th-century staircase halls, work of the architect Carlo Orazio Leopards. The library houses over 20,000 volumes, of which most collected therein and ordained by Monaldo Leopardi Giacomo's father.