|Former names||Palazzo Vecchio|
|Architectural style||Late Baroque and Early Neoclassical|
|Current tenants||President of the Republic of Vegno|
|Construction started||1540 AN|
|Owner||Republic of Vegno|
61,000 square metres
The construction of the palace was commissioned by a wealthy family of Swnndyrrr origins in 1540 AN.
In the last few years, the palace was the location of an art museum. After the birth of the republic, the Dilemma Palace became the official residence of the president.
Layout of the Palace
The palace has 5 floors, 1,200 rooms, including two dozen state apartments, 1742 windows, 34 staircases, 1026 fireplaces, a large library, and a theatre. The palace has a rectangular plan, measuring 247 × 184 m, and the four sides are connected by two orthogonal arms, forming four inner courts.
The garden, a typical example of the baroque extension of formal vistas, stretches for 120 ha, partly on hilly terrain. The park starts from the back façade of the palace, flanking a long alley with artificial fountains and cascades. There is a botanical garden, called "The Haldi Garden", in the upper part.