End of XVIII century. Once called Giliendi Palace it was built at the end of the eighteenth-century from a prelate that has affixed on the walls its archiepiscopal insignias. In the cellars it is still possible to see the previous foundations, probably of medieval epoch, but really interesting are the eighteenth-century façade, courtyard and park. Noteworthy are the frescoes in the internal rooms, the kitchen oven and the nineteenth-century oil-mill.
how to get there:
A14 Tollgate "Rimini Nord", direction Santarcangelo. Then continue to Torriana/Poggio Berni up to the hystorical centre of Poggio Berni.