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Official Tourist Information Site of Imola's Area

House of Counts della Bordella, then Gandolfi


This building was built in 1478 and then bought by the Counts della Bordella who later restored in 1526.

It is a stone building in early Renaissance style.

Its first floor has a row of mullioned windows with two lights decorated by sandstone cornices. 
The ground floor rooms feature portions of frescoes with popular scenes.

In 1700 the building was bought by the Mazzolani family who sold it to the Gandolfi family. The latter donated it to the Municipality of Imola in 1963.


Address: via dei Mille, 26 - 40026 Imola (BO)

Opening hours: tuesday, thursday, saturday 9.30am-12.00am

Closing days: monday, wednesday, sunday 
Entry ticket: free entry

Access for disabled people

The building is not accessible for the disabled.

How to get there

How to get to Imola

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Since 1984 Casa Gandolfi houses the CIDRA (Centre of Anti-fascist Documentation). On the first floor is an exhibition collecting several photographs and documents from the start of fascism to the Republican Constitution.

Info on the tourist location

Museo della Resistenza
tel. - fax: +39 0542 24422

Last update: 17-10-2013