17th c.
This is one of the most interesting mansions in the town dating from the Venetian period (probably 17th century). It was originally a two-storey building. The ground floor on the facade has a characteristic arcade, in which the keystones of the arches are adorned by sculpted male and female heads, recalling the decoration of the Loggia. The upper storey has a spacious balcony above this arcade. During the Venetian period, it was from this balcony that the town officials watched the jousting contests held in the streets during carnival. The building has storeys added later, and the interior is completely altered.