Built between 1646 and 1666 by Francesco Moroni and then completed in the 19th century, Palazzo Moroni is famous above all for the splendid decorations in its rooms. The main staircase was frescoed in 1652 by Gian Giacomo Barbelli with the "Virtues" and episodes from the "Myth of Cupid and Psyche". The rooms on the piano nobile (Hall of Hercules and the Golden Age) are next, while to the right of the entrance hall, the main hall features episodes from 'Jerusalem Delivered'. Among the many paintings and furnishings, the fascinating "Portrait of Gian Gerolamo Grumelli" (the knight in pink) is kept here. (the knight in pink) by Giovan Battista Moroni.