Napoleonic Salt Museum

Via Della Pace, 20 (Tolentino)

Napoleonic rooms open on the main floor of Palazzo Parisani-Bailey, the old residence of the counts Parisani, commissioned by Cardinal Ascanio to Antonio da Sangallo the younger probably around 1540. The Sale received Napoleon Bonaparte took lodging and you will signed, with representatives of the Papal States, the February 19, 1797, the peace of Tolentino which forced the Pope, in addition to the cash payment of allowances to cede burdensome to Avignon, France the legations of Bologna, Ferrara and the Romagna. Through a representative, with antique furniture and documentary material concerning the Treaty of Tolentino, leads to a hallway where they open the various rooms, remarkable for the furniture, the paintings of the 17th and 18th centuries, Tapestry and wall decorations. The bedroom is covered in red damask and preserves the four-poster where slept the whole; the bathroom has once lavishly decorated with ribbons, bands, encarpi and fruit cups by muted colors.

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