Date: June 21, 2022 - Time: h. 8.00 pm
Palazzo Bevilacqua Ariosti
Via D'Azeglio, 31 - Bologna BO
Palazzo Bevilacqua Ariosti is one of Bologna’s most remarkable buildings. Built between 1477 and 1482 by jurist Niccolò Sanuti, it is located in Via D’Azeglio. The building greatly differs from Bolognese architectural canons, since it lacks the traditional arcades, resembling more a Tuscan Renaissance building. It has a magnificent diamond-faceted façade, and one of the large doorways is surmounted by an elegant wrought iron balcony.
The internal courtyard, with portico and gallery, is ornately decorated with sculptures and terracotta relief work and it also holds a large, beautifully made wrought iron gate.
In 1530 Carlo V stayed in Bologna, in Palazzo Bevilacqua Ariosti, to be crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Clemente VII.
Palazzo Bevilacqua Ariosti became particularly famous when, between 1547 and 1548, Pope Paul III decided to hold several meetings of the Council of Trent here.
The family who owns the building is still the Bevilacqua Ariosti family.
The congress registration fee includes the admittance to the Social Dinner.
Please show the invitation card received, at the entrance.
For accompanying persons fee please refer to the accompanying person registration fee.
If you have dietary restrictions or special dietary requirements, please inform us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 10th, 2022.