Palazzo Sforza Cesarini

Dating back to the 17th century, the Sforza Cesarini building was the seat of the vicars who governed the county on behalf of the Sforza Cesarini Count Dukes. The building’s door and window frames reflect the stylistic elements of the main building. A monumental staircase with a wrought iron balustrade connects the square with a raised access, a balcony which is still used as a public grandstand on 3rd May  each year, when the solemn blessing of the Most Holy Crucifix is ​​presented from the tribune to the people gathered below in the square.