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_Palazzo a Positano

In Li Parlati, at the top of a small street in the ancient village that crosses fragrant orchards and gardens lies Palazzo Positano, an eighteenth-century bishop’s residence that has remained intact to this day, thanks to the scrupulous attention to detail of the owners.

The villa is decorated with precious woods and silks. Later on local artisans made the lacquered doors, painted ceilings and stucco decorations.

The Pompeian red of the structure joins the pastel colors of the houses of the “vertical-city” or “wedding-cake”, so called because of its special conformation perched, as it is, on the rocks.

In Li Parlati, at the top of a small street in the ancient village that crosses fragrant orchards and gardens lies Palazzo Positano, an eighteenth-century bishop’s residence that has remained intact to this day, thanks to the scrupulous attention to detail of the owners.

The villa is decorated with precious woods and silks. Later on local artisans made the lacquered doors, painted ceilings and stucco decorations.

The Pompeian red of the structure joins the pastel colors of the houses of the “vertical-city” or “wedding-cake”, so called because of its special conformation perched, as it is, on the rocks.

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