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Hall of Armoury

At the time of the counts Mario and Anna Miniscalchi-Erizzo, these two communicating rooms were used as service rooms. The first, larger, housed the wardrobe while the second, which is accessed via a short staircase, was the boudoir of the countess.

In these spaces today there are parade and ammunition objects dated between the mid-fifteenth and early seventeenth centuries and an unusual collection of model soldiers, carved in pine wood, from the early eighteenth century.