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The rooms of Palazzo Besso


Music Hall

The corner room, ancient

Music Hall

it takes its name from the bronze sculpture "The Melody" which was placed in the center of the room; the reference to music today remains in the decorative motifs "the instrument of the lyre" of the two windows.

The coffered ceiling with floral motifs and a frieze with cherubs and garlands and medallions with the dove in the center, a cartouche of the Foundation, are to be admired. Above the marble fireplace, there is a blow-up of Salvatore Besso's last photo , taken in Beijing, a few days before his death, in 1912.

This room marks the boundary of the nineteenth-century demolition of the palace.

Sala della Musica_GD.jpg
Sala della Musica.jpg
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