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The Palazzina San Nicolò in Ferrara

The historic residence "Palazzina San Nicolò" is located in the former Convent of San Nicolò.
Located in Ferrara in the historic center (just 350 meters from the Castello Estense) enjoys a unique position for tranquility.

Our historic home is beautifully furnished with period furniture.
The convent was built by the Benedictines in 1183 and then granted to the Augustinian friars by Ercole I d'Este in the 15th century. XV. In this period the monastic complex was enlarged by the famous Estonian architect Biagio Rossetti, attributed to it the Renaissance loggia of our building as well as the apse of the church in front.
From the 1942 the Renaissance building, part of the former convent, belongs to our family.

The history of the Palazzina San Nicolò

The monastic complex of San Nicolò was built by the Benedictine monks in the 15th century. XII. Rebuilt in the 1475, Duke Ercole I D'Este ceded the priory of the church to the Augustinian friars. These started the expansion works entrusting, for the certainty of an indisputable result, the building site to the ducal architect Biagio Rossetti who created a majestic apse in advance of the one built for the cathedral of Ferrara.
The friars remained in San Nicolò until 1668, when Pope Celemente XI suppressed the community. In 1668 the church and the convent were entrusted to the Somaschi fathers. In the 1796, at the arrival of the Napoleonic troops the Somascan fathers were driven out and the convent stripped of all property and converted to the French barracks. In 1809 the church was used as a prison and in 1811 it was acquired by the municipality of Ferrara. In the 1820 in the convent a menagerie of wild beasts was housed
fierce, while in the 1825 church and convent were destined to barracks and stable, condition that remained until the thirties of the twentieth century. In 1936 the recovery plan was approved in order to bring the church back to its original appearance.
From the 1942 the Renaissance building, part of the former convent, belongs to our family.

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Apartment with 5 beds of over 150 sqm with large living room with fireplace, equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms and laundry. Free Wifi.

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Price: € 75 / day
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 5
Events Salons: 2
Places For Events: 5
Set In Outdoors: No
Set In Interior: No
Set In Garden: No
Vehicles accessibility for Events: No
Address: Via Colomba, 4
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Country: Italy

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