Belonged to the Brancias, the historical building, at the beginning of the Eighteenth century was sold to Family Correale who already owned other neighbouring palaces. For this reason it was renamed Casa Nuova (New House).
The old Sorrento street was in the past the core of the intense society life of the local noblemen and the heart of suggestive events.
An old main decumanus, in the past this was the main street in the town. It is not by chance that there were the homes of the most important noble families from Sorrento.
Having survived the urban transformations which have interested Tasso's hometown in the course of the last few centuries, the building still keeps numerous interesting architectural details.
The nineteenth-century paintings adorning the vaults of some rooms of the building and the superb architectural details which make it precious frame the exhibition of wonderful pieces of furniture and other rare objects made with the technique of wood inlay.
A magnificent stately palace, the one situated in Tasso Square is characterized by a wonderful covered majolica-tiled courtyard.
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