Palazzo del Monte di Pietà

Intesa Sanpaolo

Standing in the beating heart of the city, its ashlar portico softened by the three-mullioned windows on the main floor, the Palazzo owes its majestic appearance to the changes to the original 16th-century nucleus made during the second half of the 17th century; in the corners of the building, four groups of marble statues depicting Piety identify its purpose. Set inside the palazzo like a casket is the Chapel of Santa Maria, with a marble altar by G. Comin and E. Merengo, a masterpiece of Baroque sculpture in Friuli, frescoed in its entirety by G. Quaglio.



1 Via del Monte, Udine, Italy


Via del Monte, 1, Udine, UD, Italia


Il Palazzo del Monte di Pietà di Udine Giuseppe Bergamini, Udine 1996
Il Palazzo del Monte di Pietà di Udine. Giuseppe Bergamini, Vicenza, Terra Ferma, 2008