Palazzo has been built during the second half of the XVIII century; the building hostssome municipal cultural offices and the homonimous Library which has about 123,000 pieces, among which ara manuscripts, some of the them are also signed, incunabola, XVI century editions plus other precious books and a collection of magazines, prints and drawings.
Beside books, the library has a collection of informations on digital support, like CDs, and on magnetic stand.
The library also organises cultural events of relevant resonance, in the continuous attempt of forstening culture and renewal in teaching tecniques. Thanks to the national library service (named Servizio Bibliotecario Nazionale and known as S.B.N.) Trisi is linked with more than three hundred Italian libraries, with the chance to enter, via internet, foreign libraries databases.
The Music Room, inside the library, houses some historical objects that belonged to musicians from Lugo, including the piano that belonged to Francesco Balilla Pratella, and a precious vinyl collection donated by Claudio Guerra’s family. Handwritten and printed music, opera librettos, programs and posters, correspondence, photographs testify to Lugo’s musical ferment from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
Address: Piazza Trisi 19 – 48022 Lugo (RA)
Phone: 0545 299556
Web site: http://www.bibliotecatrisi.it/
How to get
Historical town centre, in Piazza Trisi. Car and bus park. Disabled facilities.
It can be visited during the opening hours of the pubblic library (see web site)
Sunday and Saturday afternoon
(Updated to 26/07/2023)