Istrian building heritage of the Venetian era

The Parisi-Gonan Palace

The lavish Gothic facade of the Parisi-Gonan Palace was constructed in the second half of the 15th c. It has two magnificent triple lancet windows.
The Gothic Parisi-Gonan Palace in Decumanus at number 5 in Poreč has the most lavish facade among all Gothic palaces in Poreč. The year of its construction, 1474, was carved into its facade. It was named after its last owners, the Parisi-Gonan family. There are two triple lancet windows in full bloom, one on each floor. The interior is not open for visitors because the palace is privately owned.

Decumanus 5, HR-52440 Poreč-Parenzo

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