Palazzo Arcivescovile

Although the original structure dates back to the early thirteenth century, the bishopric of Henry of Fratta, the facade and courtyard were built in 1575 by Domenico Tibaldi. The building is flanked by two towers of the twelfth century: the Tower Azzoguidi or Altabella (h 61 m) and the Tower Prendiparte o Coronata (h 59,50 m).