Historical Site San Bernardino Mesolcina Calanca

Ca' Rossa, 1721

Ca' Rossa, 1721
Commissioned in 1721 by a bourgeois family in Grono in the canton of Graubünden, the Cà Rossa building has undergone artistic, material and technical changes over the centuries, maintaining its characteristics as a "civic palace"


The stately Palazzo Ross, now called Cà Rossa, was built at the end of the 16th and 17th centuries and originally served as a patrician house. The former Palazzo Togni, now owned by the municipality, houses a school and serves as the headquarters of the cultural association Pro Grigioni Italiano. The interior of the palace is characterized by historical rooms and magnificent stucco ceilings with decorative cornices that decorate the spacious rooms with paintings depicting water lilies, cherubs, allegories and mythological or biblical scenes. In the upper hall there is a soapstone stove dating back to 1722.


Ca' Rossa, 1721

6537 Grono

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