Gibboni PalaceThe palace, located on Corso Umberto I, built in the 17th century, was essentially created as a further extension of the territory of the ancient village of Campagna. The structuring and embellishment works were completed in 1785, as is the date on the imposing entrance door, in pure baroque style.
In the entrance vault, the pediment, divided into two parts, is formed by the symbols of the Civic Seat, where the family coat of arms of the noble Gibboni family once stood.
Through the testimonies of the descendants of the families still present in the palace today, we can assert the presence of gardens and fountains, placed under the rocky ridge that delimits the perimeter of the structure.
Renovated and modernized following the earthquake that shook Irpinia on 23 November 1980, today it is largely devoid of its ancient architectural beauties.
Campanino PalaceThe palace which once belonged to the noble Cilentan family of Campanino, present in Campagna since the 14th century, was built in the mid-18th century, initially designed with a linear and sumptuous architecture, today, following renovation works, it presents sober and minimal, where the remains of the ancient beauty can be deduced from the beautiful entrance door that still adorns it today.
The late Baroque style entrance takes us back to what could have been the primordial beauty of the Palace. The structure, the second in the territory of the noble family at the time, was born as a consolidation of the important status that the Campaninos had assumed following important assignments and the enormous wealth accumulated over the years.
Cubicciotti PalaceThe palace, equipped with a beautiful facade and overall fine architecture, is located on Corso Umberto I, a natural continuation of Palazzo Gibboni, and is probably built at the end of the 16th century. Consisting of an elegant balcony in pure Renaissance style, it also has an imposing entrance portal and a very characteristic atrium with a fountain that runs alongside the stairs leading to the upper floors. The structure which was once owned by the noble Cubicciotti family, long-lived in the history of Campagna, has often hosted events of absolute importance and is still suitable today for hosting events given its artistic propensity embellished with precious architectural features.
Cervone PalaceThe palace which takes its name from the noble Cervone family, a powerful and long-lived family in our history, is located in the heart of the historic center of Campagna, on the slope that divides l.go Cantalupo and l.go della Memoria, still provided today by a beautiful entrance portal, in the upper vault there was a fresco of the family coat of arms, still partly visible today, which serves as the entrance to the equally valuable cloister, the latter enriched by precious stone paving stones and a beautiful fountain at the its interior, where it once served as a fishpond for the families who lived there.
Pastore-Alinante PalaceThe palace is located in via Giudeca, near the pontifical basilica of Santa Maria della Pace, considered one of the most beautiful in the whole city, and is characterized by the beautiful portal which is part of a façade in pure baroque style.
Of notable structure therefore, it also excels in the internal part, where the present cloister is preceded by a vault of remarkable workmanship with a small fountain that accompanies the second present on the upper floors, composed of mosaics and stone which thus makes up the artistic beauty of this palace .
It belonged to the Pastore and Alinante families who were present and participated during the revolution of 1799, the probable year in which their arrival in Campagna can be established.
De Riso PalceProbably of late medieval construction, the palace stands in the primordial Zappino district and is characterized by its Renaissance style as can be seen from the stone roses that adorn the large windows of the entrance façade. Equipped with a beautiful portal with a round arch where the noble coat of arms is still present today, the structure belonged to the noble De Riso family, noble and titled in the Kingdom of Naples.
Ducale PalaceIn the ancient and imposing square dedicated to Giulio Cesare Capaccio, adjacent to the church of SS. Salvatore and Sant'Antonino, stands the palace of the last feudal lords of Campagna, the Pironti family.
Built from scratch by the Neapolitan family, the Pirontis also wanted, at their own expense, to modify the original structure of the adjacent church, demolishing the bell tower and modifying the entrance to give greater prestige to their home.
Equipped with an important portal, with a round vault, it anticipates the space where the noble coat of arms once stood, there is also an important atrium in Baroque style, enriched by a small fountain with a mask inside. The architectural beauty that can be admired can continue to be seen by looking up, where lowered arches make up the sumptuous staircase that leads to the upper floors.
Bernalla PalceThe building located at the beginning of via San Bartolomeo, unlike the facade, with the exception of its beautiful entrance portal, stands out for its interior, where the precious and valuable remains of its original importance can still be admired today.
Accessing the entrance hall, you can still admire the terracotta bricks that make up the entrance on the floor, enriched by a fountain on the front wall, offering a series of arches that make up the stairs that give the right luster to the overall structural work. The palace still remains one of the oldest and most long-lived in the ancient town centre, probably dating back to the Angevin age.
Maffey PalaceLocated halfway between the medieval Trinità district (now Santo Spirito) and Casal Nuovo stands the palace that once belonged to the noble Maffey family, who arrived in Campagna following Captain Lelio, grandee of Spain following the Caracciolo dei Torrecuso, this the last servants of the Spanish cause, emerging victorious from the war against the French in the 17th century.
The entrance door is the gateway to the imposing two-storey structure, which is equipped with a coffered entrance vault that leads to the upper floors, also equipped with refined works inside.
Cozzi PalaceThe palace, built in the early 13th century, was born as a primordial city hospital, replacing an ancient chapel dedicated to Santa Sofia.
Built and renovated in the 18th century, it is composed of an imposing entrance portal which leads to an atrium made up of stone paving stones, which in turn are components of a refined structure which leads to a three-storey building, where the entrance hall of the stairs is composed of arches and stone pillars.
Palace of the Governors of MonacoLocated behind Piazza Melchiorre Guerriero, stands the palace of the longest-lived feudal lords in the history of Campagna, the Grimaldis of Monaco.
Consisting of an imposing door that gives access to the elegant atrium inside, in the entrance vault you can still see the remains of the noble coat of arms of the royal house of Monaco today.
On the left there is the flight of stone stairs that leads to the upper floor, adorned with arches that run along the stone floor. The finishes that make up the remaining part of the building are very elegant.
Rivelli PalaceDating back to the 16th century, the building which bears the name of the historic and canonical fellow citizen Antonino Vincezo Rivelli, is one of the most important and characteristic buildings in the city.
The structure is composed of a stone portal adorned with flowers and worked stones, in the large entrance hall inside there is still a well where it once supplied water to the components of the palace, fine finishes and authoritative architectural works are the frame that they contain this important structural work located in the Casal Nuovo district.