30 October 2020

Villa Buraggi

The Buraggi family that is originally from the Val Sciusa area had moved to Finalmarina and between the 17th and 18th century owned two prestigious palaces.
30 October 2020

Palazzo Cavasola

In Via Gallesio in Finalborgo there is Cavasola palace that is a prestigious example of a noble home that belonged to this family at the end of the 16th century.
30 October 2020

Palazzo Buraggi in Finalmarina

In via Concezione there is Palazzo Buraggi that is one of the most prestigious aristocratic buildings in Finalmarina and it belongs to period of the Spanish domination of Finale.
30 October 2020

Palazzo Arnaldi

In Finalborgo the palace that once belonged to the Counts of Arnaldi closes on the western side Pizza del Tribunale.
29 October 2020

The loggia of Gorra

In piazza San Bartolomeo in Gorra, following the road for Colle del Melogno, a suggestive medieval loggia opens on the ancient road. What it was used for remains uncertain: it may have been used as a public area destined to the community of Gorra, organised in Compagna at least from 1268, or it may have been linked to one of the medieval roads that went towards the Alta Val Maremola and Melogno hill.
29 October 2020

The loggia of Ramondo in Finalborgo

In Finalborgo, in the current Piazza Aycardi, the so-called “loggia of Ramondo” opens on the ground floor of the tall façade of palazzo Brunengo, on which are preserved faint traces on an ancient heraldic decoration.
27 March 2019

Malvasia Palace in Finalmarina

In Finalmarina, in Via Roma, behind the Platea magna commercial area there is a prestigious black stone entrance that is linked to the Malvasia family that is a noble Finalese family that made its fortune with maritime trade with Spain and other areas of the Mediterranean.