Web Site: www.bibliotecasansepolcro.it
Phone: 0575 732219
Walking along the main street of Sansepolcro (Via XX Settembre) you will find Palazzo Ducci del Rosso, an elegant Renaissance building that retains the characteristics of its sixteenth-century architecture. The interiors are rich in stone details, with columns and capitals and painted coffered ceilings. Today it houses the Public Library and the Historical Archives with important historical documents such as the “Summa” and “De Divina Proportione” by Luca Pacioli, a famous mathematician and economist from Sansepolcro, who closely collaborated with numerous artists of the time, including Piero della Francesca and Bramante.
Address: Via Matteotti, 1
Notes on visits: Opening hours correspond to the opening hours of the Town Council offices.
Wheelchair access: Accessible from Via Buia, during the opening hours of the Town Council. Near the entrance there is an elevator to the upper floors.