Carlo Tancredi and Juliette Colbert Maleuvrier were wealthy aristocrats who started a charity the Opera Pia. They supported a wide range of organizations and religious orders, and hosted events and their mansion, which is now a museum with guided tours. One of the notable visitors was Silvio Pellico, a famous Italian author who wrote "My Prisons." The house was also a gathering place for the poor and needy, knowing the doors of the palace were open so they could get a hot meal. Rich charm is displayed in the frescoes, paintings and furniture. Many lectures and conferences are also held here, most of which have to do with literature and art.
The charming Osteria degli Ottoni is located on a quiet, beautiful little street in the center of... Read more