Bulgheroni Palace

Via Benamati,

This palace belonged to the Convent of "Padri Serviti" of San Pietro Martire and its park communicated directly with the convent. It was then purchased by Gonzaga in the mid-seventeenth century and in 1712 it passed to the Royal House of Austria. First it was sold to a dealer in properties, then passed to Count Rizzardi. Now it's a private mansion but from its gates you can still admire the magnificent gardens and  lemon gardens. The palace is decorated with a frame painted with mythological scenes and winged cherubs that originally filled even the medallions of wood coffered roof.