Del Bue Palace

The Palace has retained the name of the “Del Bue” family, residing here with a “Giovanni del Bue quondam Angelo”, registered in the Theresian Cadastre as the owner of the “house with garden” located at the corner of Via Borgonovo and the Square. The building, which shows the features of an urban residential building dating back to the late 18th and the early 19th centuries, includes representation rooms on the ground floor and a large central hallway that leads to a rear space, once used as a garden. In the north-west corner, a square room with a ribbed vault points to its probable original destination as a family chapel. He was the residence of the “Del Bue” family and then of the Ramaroli family; afterwards, in the second half of the 20th century, the building was occupied by the Metallurgica Rivarolese Steelworks, which used the large halls on the ground floor to store the finished product. At the end of the century, a recovery plan.

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