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Pacchiani Palace – When Bergamo was minting coins

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Palazzo Pacchiani is a sixteenth-century building that incorporates the ancient Rivola house, which in the thirteenth century was the headquarters of the Bergamo Mint, at the time when the city minted coins. On the eastern side of the building, just beyond an archway also dating from the 13th century, you can see the Gromo fountain, one of the many public water outlets that served the community in the communal era.

Pacchiani Palace – When Bergamo was minting coins

Via Gaetano Donizetti, 17, 24129 Bergamo BG, Italy

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