The Miramare palace
In the heart of the historic centre, in the city's oldest streets, stands the imposing Miramare palace which was originally a prestigious boutique hotel and where neoclassical styles interweave with those of the Art Nouveau of the early 1910s. Currently in disuse, it awaits the realization of a project that will convert it into an exhibition area. It also has, in and of itself, a particular historical and artistic value. It was designed and built by the engineer Fiaccadori and the architect Mellucci, and is protected by the superintendency as a landscape asset since the remains of a Roman building – for example a well and a "pithus", which is a pantry area – were found inside it.