Fermo, a prestigious historic city that rises a stone’s throw from the sea, with a classic taste where everyone is the protagonist.

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The building was originally the seat of the Convent of the Carmelites who built the structure in 1491 by incorporating pre-existing buildings owned by the nearby church of S. Maria Novella della Carità.

It became the seat of the Seminary in the early 1600s and was enlarged and strengthened by Pope Sixtus V. Architect Pietro Augustoni da Como planned the restoration in its current form in 1776.


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