Seven years after its opening to the public, the Palace reveals itself
“Domus Magna” that is the recurring definition within the ancient documents which identifies the monument nowadays known as the Palace of Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme. This name derived from the important political role of the Palace instead of its size.
This exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to discover the origins and evolution of this residence from its medieval appearance (a simple house-tower) to its splendid renaissance look.
In the gallery leading to the nineteenth-century prisons, visitors can admire several models of the most important architectural phases of the Palace. In the nearby corridors, there are exhibited some ancient parchments proving donations, acquisitions and furniture. Moreover, it is possible to appreciate documents narrating the alterations during the 19th and 20th century.
On the first floor visitors will experience an exciting time travel through an animated documentary regarding the architectural phases of the Palace.
The event is curated by Tommaso Dossi and Francesca Dagostin. It is also sponsored by “Rete dei Castelli del Trentino” and Euregio as well as it enjoys the collaboration of “Soprintendenza per i Beni Culturali di Trento”.
Moreover, we have organized several side events dedicated to children, families and schools.
The exhibition will start on 21 July 2019 and will go on until 13 April 2020.