UNICREDIT JOINS VIRTUAL “INVITO A PALAZZO” INITIATIVE

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Friday 02 October 2020

02 October 2020

Until 10 October, you can visit some of Italy’s most prestigious buildings

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This year the traditional Invito a Palazzo initiative, organised by ABI (Italian Banking Association), will open some of Italy’s most prestigious buildings to the public. The event, which is being held virtually for the first time, gives everyone a chance to see buildings of historical and architectural interest belonging to banks and banking foundations across Italy.

 

From today until the 10 October, three UniCredit buildings will be accessible to all. These include the bank’s UniCredit Tower headquarters in Milan, Palazzo de Carolis in Rome, the bank’s institutional premises, and Historical Archive in Milan, home of 150 years of UniCredit history.

 

Three videos have been created thanks to the involvement of some of the bank’s employees’ children.

 

Milan
UniCredit Tower, Torre A, piazza Gae Aulenti, 3
The tallest skyscraper in Italy designed by the architect César Pelli

 

Rome
Palazzo de Carolis, via Lata, 3
Built between 1714 and 1728 by the architect Alessandro Specchi

 

Milan
UniCredit’s Historical Archive, via Livio Cambi,1
For a history of 150 years

Sunset in Piazza Gae Aulenti in Milan, home to Unicredit’s Headquarters

Sunset in Piazza Gae Aulenti in Milan, home to Unicredit’s Headquarters