The house itself is an important site. What I found most fascinating about it is that it totally reflects the character of Alessandro Manzoni. Rooms (including his bedroom) are plain, clean, rigorous almost. Except for the bedroom the other rooms are decorated with paintings and portraits of the artist and of the key chapters of its "Promessi Sposi". When leaving the house make sure you spend a little time admiring the beautiful architecture of pIazzetta Belgioioso; the perspective is great from Mr Manzoni's front door!
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