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The Grand Salon.
This was preceded by the “Chinese Room” and the “Hall of Portraits”, symbols of living in another era. Although the house dates from the 18th century, the main public rooms were decorated in the late 19th-early 20th centuries. The photo was taken a few days ago, but it could have easily been part of “Palm Beach Houses” or “Beaux-Arts Mansions”. Nicola Bigaglia was responsible for the decoration.

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