Romagnoli Palace in the historic center of Cesena, was built by Michelangelo Romagnoli in 1753. The Marquis Michelangelo was part of one of the most important patrician families of the city and he followed the construction of the Palace. The exterior is characterized by its majestic round-headed portal, framed by columns in Istrian stone and, surmounted by a balcony also in Istrian stone. Inside, in the resting floor of the right staircase there are statues by Francesco Calligari, in the hall there are the paintings by Milani and the wooden furnitures from Giovanni and Antonio Urbini.
At the end of  90's Palazzo Romagnoli was bought by Nerio Alessandri, here you can see a photo of one of our mirrors made for this fascinating and historic residence.