Palazzo Tamponi-Perantoni occupies four floors over an upper gallery punctuated by columns with a square section. Dating from the late 19th century one can see influence of Art Nouveau found in the stylistic features of the main facade: granite walls plastered inside with elegant decorative paintings, granite shelves to support finely moulded balconies, all created in a classical style. The palazzo was inhabited by theTamponifamily throughout the 1900s, one of the upper class families in the country, and is one of the most admired buildings of Luras. During the visit you can admire the painted ceilings, the finely drawn period floors and a covered terrace on the top floor, which offers great views over Luras, the mountains and the surrounding villages.
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