The historical centre of the town is sided by a series of buildings known as Palazzo Gaiero. It’s a typical example of the many Renaissance building that can still be found in the Langhe: its main structure and the chapel were built in the sixteenth century.
Unfortunately it can only be seen from the outside, being private, but it’s surely pleasant to walk along the narrow road on its side and see the shape of the chapel. Note the portal, the simple facade and the external tambour hiding the dome.
Corso Carlo Testa, 3, 15012 Bistagno, AL, Italia
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