Casa Antonio Silla


Casa Antonio Silla
The building, located on a hill, presents a broad, two-tone plastered front, characterized by large panels with rounded corners which are evenly distributed on the three levels of the house. At the centre, raised slightly above the street level by a step, is the majestic stone, semi-circular, arched portal, inserted into the facade and flanked by a pair of pilasters rising from high bases, from...

Casa Tanturri


Casa Tanturri
The plastered facade, with a high stone plinth, is spread over three levels and consists of two parts which jut out with different profiles. On the left-hand side is the main entrance arch, which is off centre, while on the higher levels there are three misaligned rectangular windows without balcony ledges, all with stone frames. In the recess are two small oval openings and on the right-hand...

Palazzo Colarossi


Palazzo Colarossi
The building has a particularly harmonious façade which is one of the most admired in the village. Divided into four levels, according to the familiar pattern of Scannese noble residences, on the ground floor is the impressive decorated portal, and at the sides there are windows which are less valuable.  The top two levels have an ordered sequence of three rectangular windows, softened by...

Palazzo De Angelis


Palazzo De Angelis
The building is divided into four levels around a courtyard, as most of the buildings of Scanno were. The white plastered facade features a succession of windows, finished at the top with mixtilinear frames and is enhanced by a sophisticated doorway which is the most important element. Placed in an asymmetric position, to the right of the facade, it has two side pilasters, decorated with floral...

Palazzo Di Rienzo


Palazzo Di Rienzo
The palace is part of the dense urban fabric, made up of buildings of different sizes which are huddled up against its side and to the rear. The facade, in a neoclassical style, is divided into three main levels with a mezzanine - according to a type that characterizes the most noble residences in Scanno - and is highlighted by a carved cornice. The bottom section is decorated, while the...

Palazzo Mosca


Palazzo Mosca
The building, located on a corner, is actually formed by two buildings, characterized by a marked difference in style that would confirm the hypothesis of different construction phases. The part which overlooks the piazza has elegant 18th century decorations while the other section, positioned along the slope, appears to be more modest. The main body, which is the more artistically...

Palazzo Nardillo


Palazzo Nardillo
The building, which is located in the western part of the village, in the district called Codacchiola - a short drive from the Fountain of Pisciarello -  is principally of interest because of its Baroque style main entrance.  It is characterized by the rich pediment of the arch, with elegant scroll motifs and a mixtilinear gable.  On the transom above the keystone is a motif which recurrs...

Palazzo Serafini


Palazzo Serafini
The building, of considerable size, has an ‘L’ shape. The very long facade is plastered and has a non-aligned profile.  On the far right is the elegant entrance portal - just one example of the many types of doorway built in Scanno during 16th to the 18th centuries.  Built from local  stone, on either side of the jambs that frame the arch are two pilasters which are rotated outwards and...

Palazzo Serafini-Ciancarelli


Palazzo Serafini-Ciancarelli
The building has an articulated construction that defines two sides of Piazza San Giovanni. It consists of a main building - placed at an angle on the right-hand side of the square - and a secondary one in the background, connected by a vaulted passage. The first shows an asymmetrical facade, plastered and divided into four levels - according to the usual pattern of the aristocratic houses of...