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Udine - Palazzo Strassoldo, Mantica, Via Vittorio Veneto, 20

Near the end of the 17th century, Count Giulio Antonio Strassoldo commissioned this grand home and entrusted its decoration to the exuberant imagination of painter Giulio Quaglio.

In 1782, the building became the property of the Counts of Mantica, to whom the building owes its double name. In 1954, it was sold to Banca del Friuli. An elegant structure, the facade of the palazzo has been left untouched by subsequent alterations.


Trento - Palazzo Firmian, Via G. Galilei 1

UniCredit Banca's office in Trento, this building was constructed from the 15th to the 16th centuries on a commission from Nicolò I di Firmian and subsequently his son, Giorgio IV.
The building's decorations date from several eras, since it has been renovated frequently over the course of centuries. It was restored to its present condition in the 1930s.


Bologna - Palazzo Magnani, Via Zamboni, 20


The Palazzo Magnani was built from 1577 to 1579 from plans by architect Domenico Tibaldi on the orders of Senator Lorenzo Magnani of the Papal States. It is adorned with a famous series of frescos from early in the career of Carracci.
The Banca Credito Romagnolo, later Rolo Banca 1473, bought the palazzo in 1959 and oversaw an in-depth restoration in 1997. Now part of UniCredit, the palazzo contains a section of the UniCredit Art Collection, including works by such classical masters as Dosso Dossi and Garofalo and more contemporary pieces by Morandi, de Pisis, Wasarely and Hartung.


Rome - Palazzo De Carolis, di Roma, Via Lata, 3

At the request of Livio de Carolis, the Palazzo de Carolis was built between 1714 and 1728 by architect Alessandro Specchi. The rooms of the main floor are covered with paintings, collectively representing virtually a complete history of 18th-century painting in Rome.
On view in the chapel is a moving image of the Dead Christ, attributed to Luca Signorelli.
The palazzo also contains significant furnishings of various styles, frequently loaned out for exhibitions at such major institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of New York. The art collection of Banca di Roma is on display in several rooms, including works by Andy Warhol, Giorgio Morandi, Giuseppe Balla and Antonio Donghi.


Syracuse - Palazzo del Banco di Sicilia, Piazza Archimede, 7


In 1923, needing to expand from the facility it had occupied in Syracuse since 1872, Banco di Sicilia acquired an entire block of dilapidated houses near the ancient city center and entrusted the job of building its new offices to engineer Salvatore Caronia.
The structure, completed in 1928, is a model of neoclassical design. Recent restoration work has returned the building to its original pristine appearance.

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