Sperati Palace is a U-shaped seventeenth/eighteenth century noble residence, colonnaded in the central sleeve, that reaches quite high with colonnades on three floors.
The round arches were replaced by refined small granite columns. The whole structure is articulated with a linear rhythm. The courtyard opens into a lovely Italian garden. The building was donated to the community of Miasino by Mrs. Elena Sperati, “in order that the community enjoys it, or uses it as a hospital, or as a school; as long as it is called by the name Elena Sperati Razzini”.
Leave your car in the parking lot to the right of the town’s entrance; after a few steps in you will come upon the wonders contained within this distinctive village. The palace also functions as the town hall.