The Birthplace of Giulio Cesare Vanini
The Birthplace of the philosopher Giulio Cesare Vanini dates back to the mid-sixteenth century. Of the original structure remains only the central body. The house consists of an entrance hall with a cross vault, which is accessed thorugh a portal in worked carparo ashlar and decorated with geometric and floral motifs. The atrium leads to internal compartments, places on the two sides of the entrance, barrel-vaulted or edge to Lecce. Attached to the house there was the family chapel dedicated to St. Anthony of Padua, removed in the nineteenth century.
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Via Roma, 42