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Official Tourist Information Site of Imola's Area

Palazzo Sassatelli, then Monsignani


This imposing building rises in the first stretch of Via Emilia ovest (towards Bologna) just behind the Cathedral of St. Cassiano. It belonged to the Guelph leading family of Sassatelli, and was erected around 1522 on a pre-existing building. It has a severe brick façade and a large portico-rimmed courtyard with a loggia supported by sandstone columns and embellished by terracotta decorations. Despite extensive restoration works, the paintings by Girolamo Succi, Angelo Gottarelli and Antonio Villa which decorate the vast rooms are still visible. 
In 1501 Guidarello Guidarelli was killed during a ball held in this building.


Address: via Emilia, 69 - 40026 Imola (BO)

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Info on the Tourist location

IAT - Tourist Information Office Municipality of Imola

Galleria Centro Cittadino

via Emilia 135 - 40026 Imola (BO)

Tel: +39 0542 602207; Fax: +39 0542 602141


Opening times: Monday to Friday 8.30am-1.00pm; Tuesday also 3.00pm-6.00pm;

Saturday 8.30am-12.30am
Late night openings on Sundays and holidays during major events in the city.


Last update: 18-10-2013