The Palazzetto (Little Palace) was, at least from the 17th century, the seat of the vicars, who ruled the county on behalf of the Dukes/Counts Sforza Cesarini. The stylistic references to the main palace are apparent in the style of the door and window frames. A monumental double stairway with wrought iron balustrade connects the square with access, introduced by a platform-tribune for public use. Even today, on the 3rd of May each year, the solemn blessing of the Holy Crucifix is imparted from the tribune to the people gathered in the square.

Palazzetto Sforza Cesarini

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