ITINERARY 1 (pag. 2)
More ahead we find Zampaglione’s Palace, characterized by a majestic stone portal and its heraldic coat of arms.

Going down by Zampaglione’s Arc Street one will be amazed by a lovely view of the little Church of St. Lucia and of the Mount Calvary.

Continuing on Berrilli Street and after passing down a great and suggestive arc, we find Berrilli’s Palace with its stone portal a little bit different from the other ones. On the terrace there’s the town-clock whose bells haven’t worked since Novembre the 23rd 1980, the day when an earthquake stroke Irpinia.


Above:
Zampaglione's
Palace
At side:
Zampaglione’s Arc Street
Zampaglione's
Palace
:
portal

Under:
Berrilli's Palace
Berrilli's Palace: portal