The Palazzo Ducale (dt .: Ducal Palace) is a complex of buildings from the 14th to 17th centuries in Mantua, Italy, in Lombardy, built primarily by the Gonzaga family as their mansion.The buildings are connected by corridors and galleries and enhanced by their inner courtyards and gardens. The ensemble comprises around 1000 rooms on an area of around 35,000 m². The palace is particularly famous for Andrea Mantegna's frescoes in the Camera degli Sposi (wedding room) in the Castello di San Giorgio, a free-standing building belonging to the complex, but also for many other architectural and artistic furnishings.
November 12, 2020
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