The building, which was owned by the family after which it is named, dates back to the 19th century. Rebuilt after the 1980 earthquake, the Palace is a typical aristocratic residence roofed in wood and iron, and was built from tuff stone, like most of the buildings in the historic centre.
The simple but elegant façade of the Palace bears a marble plaque with a dedication to Sabino Cocchia who died in battle at Banjsice on 22 May 1917. Next to the Palace is a beautiful private garden with rows of tall trees also planted behind the villa.
An extremely interesting building from an architectural and artistic viewpoint, the Palace is a valuable cultural legacy for the local community.
Palazzo Sabino Cocchia
Via San Rocco, 83020 Cesinali AV, Italia