Trento, Via Belenzani 32
“In the heart of the city of the Council”.
The property, a historical building of great stylistic and architectural value, is inserted in the city seat of the Council of the Counter-Reformation, in the oldest heart of the urban settlement, with a physiognomy given in the sixteenth century on the will of Cardinal Bernardo Cles, in the reorganization plan and urban redevelopment in view of the Council of Trento.
The property consists of a building complex essentially due to three adjacent and interconnected buildings, built in different eras. The main building “Palazzo Alberti Colico” has a Renaissance façade characterized by sixteenth-century frescoes superimposed on fifteenth-century pre-existing buildings.