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Palazzo Lanfranchi is a former seventeenth century convent, transformed into a seminary first, then into a high school, and finally in the superintendence of the historical, artistic and demoethnoanthropological heritage.
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The façade is asymmetrical and is divided horizontally into two parts by a cornice. In the lower part there are five niches where you can admire the statues of the Madonna del Carmine and Saints.
The upper part has vertical pilasters with capitals, nine blind arches of which the largest overhangs and incorporates the rose window. Above the crowning of the façade, there is a pediment with a clock in the center.
Piazzetta Giovanni Pascoli, Matera
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