Palazzo Pfanner

Palazzo Pfanner is a palace and a garden in , , now converted into a museum of art and artifacts. The building dates to 1667, and is notable mainly for its fine garden, attributed to Filippo Juvarra, and an interesting external stairway with loggia.

Landmarks in the Area

Sant'Agostino is a Gothic-style, Roman Catholic church located in the piazza of the same name in central , , .

The Basilica of San Frediano is a Romanesque church in , , situated on the Piazza San Frediano.

Piazza dell'Anfiteatro is a public square in the northeast quadrant of walled center of , region of , Italy.

The Torre delle Ore or Torre dell'Orologio is a clock-tower or turret clock located on Via Fillungo in central , region of , Italy.

Santa Maria Corteorlandini is a Baroque- style, Roman Catholic church located on a street of the same name in , region of , Italy.

Localities in the Area

Capannori is an town and comune in the , in northern .

Ripafratta is a village in , central , administratively a frazione of the comune of , .

Pugnano is a village in , central , administratively a frazione of the comune of , .

Molina di Quosa is a village in , central , administratively a frazione of the comune of , .

Rigoli is a village in , central , administratively a frazione of the comune of , .

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