Palazzo Agonigi da Scorno, via Santa Maria

Palazzo Agonigi Scorno - Via S. Maria (L. Corevi, Comune di Pisa)
Palazzo Agonigi Scorno - Via S. Maria (L. Corevi, Comune di Pisa)
The building was erected in the 12th century according to a vertical scheme used in the maritime city, typical of tower houses. Unlike other buildings, Palazzo Da Scorno shows a novelty in the porch on the ground floor, no longer constituted by a full-centre or pointed arch, but by continuous walls in Verrucana stone with a central column supporting the lintel. Two levels of arches that enclose marble mullioned windows rest on the porch. The large bare capital on the ground floor is a work attributed to the master Guglielmo, as evidenced by the signature affixed to it, Guialeme. However, other analyses see the hand of Biduino, who allegedly left a curious mouse hidden under the leaves of the capital. The building suffered severe damage during the war.
Last update: 31/03/2021
GALILEO
80m
Via Santa Maria, 12
Recapito 339 1743810
LOCANDA DEL TURISTA
90m
Piazza Arcivescovado, angolo Via Corta
Recapito 050 560932
AFFITTACAMERE DI VALTER PARDINI
100m
Santa Maria, 37 piano 3°
Recapito 340 4093733
OSTERIA I SANTI LA BAGATTELLA
60m
V. S. Maria, 71
Recapito 050 28081
RISTORANTE AL VECCHIO TEATRO
100m
Via Collegio Ricci, 12
Recapito 050 20210
TRATTORIA DA STELIO DI BERRETTA MAURIZIO
130m
Piazza Dante Alighieri, 11
Recapito 050 2200171
DA MATTEO
130m
Via L'Arancio, 48
Recapito 050 41057