This place is one of the most visited in the city and a unique example of 15th-century architecture of a manor house. It was constructed by the banker Romei and his wife, ve became part of the adjacent monastery of Corpus Domini after he died. The outdoor patio is very nice with a double loggia and a monogram of Christ on the wall. There are medieval and Renaissance elements fused together. In the rooms you will find original frescoes, and a beautiful fireplace and many things of great interest.