Gambacorti Palace in Corso Italia

Palazzo Gambacorti (L. Corevi, Comune di Pisa)
Palazzo Gambacorti (L. Corevi, Comune di Pisa)
The palace, originally divided into two distinct properties, belonged to the Counts of Donoratico. The building, located in Carraia San Gilio, the current Corso Italia, had a large garden and loggia at the back, which housed the emperor Arrigo VII in 1312 (now buried in the Cathedral). Around 1350, the palace was sold to the Gambacorti, a powerful Pisan family and a few years later, in January 1355, it hosted another emperor: Charles IV. In the same year, the Gambacorti were expelled from the city and the building set on fire. The current appearance of the façade is the result of a restoration carried out in 1913, which recovered the fourteenth-century style, given by two superimposed floors of multi-light windows supported by slender columns of white marble under an imposing wooden cornice. Together with Palazzo Gambacorti del Lungarno, the two buildings represent a modern evolution of the tall tower houses that characterised the profile of the maritime city.
Last update: 23/08/2021
WALKING STREET
30m
Corso Italia, 58
Recapito 393 0648737
VILLA THERESA
70m
Via della Foglia, 13
Recapito 050 49159
L'ANTICA PISA
130m
Turati, 14 p.4 int 11
Recapito 329 4757491
TUSCANY GALLERY B&B
130m
Via Amerigo Vespucci, 96, piano1°
Recapito 333 6011287
PIZZERIA NANDO
30m
Corso Italia, 103
Recapito 050 27242
OSTERIA IL CAPODAGLIO SRL
40m
Via Del Carmine, 32
Recapito 050 20038
ANCORA CAPODIMONTE DI SALVATORE SEMIONE
90m
Via Del Carmine, 14
Recapito 050 870690
KALIL WISAM
110m
Via S. Bernardo, 34
Recapito 050 6152075,050 6152076
La Tromba dell'Angelo. Selezione dal 'Requiem' di Mozart
20m
Chiesa di Santa Maria del Carmine
12-05-2016
Donne, mostra fotografica
20m
Ars cafe & bistrot
01-04-2017
31-03-2017