Palazzo Zurla De Poli

palazzo zurla de poli
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palazzo zurla de poli

Built in 1520 by nobleman Leonardo Zurla, the Palazzo is an example of a sixteenth-century hunting lodge designed in the sixteenth-century Lombard fashion. The splendour of its interiors is showcased by the Hall of Honour, featuring frescoes depicting episodes from the myth of Cupid and Psyche by Apuleius, and three smaller rooms, adorned with pictorial cycles created by leading Lombard artists of the era, including Aurelio Buso De Capradossi. As part of the ongoing efforts to enhance Crema’s cultural heritage, the Palazzo emerges as a significant contributor, its 500-year history enriching the city’s patrimony. Functioning as a cultural hub and a venue for special events, it brings added value to the city by hosting activities that promote art and culture. Palazzo Zurla De Poli has been a proud member of the Italian Historical Residences Association (ADSI) since 2020.

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