It is also the very early architectural style of the Italian civilization. It is surrounded by some buildings on three sides. The history of this square is also very long. You can also see many nice and fun little things here. The square is also around Some unique little things are distributed.
In the middle of the square stands a statue of Bandini Sallustio, an 18th-century economist who advocated free trade
The Saribeni Palace was built in the 14th century. In 1879, it was restored and expanded by Giuseppe Partini. It is neo-Gothic and is the oldest bank still operating in the world. The Bank of Siena Headquarters.
On the way from Siena City Gate to Piazza del Concha, you will pass through several small squares. Among them, a notable white statue stands in the middle of a square, namely the Piazza Shalimbeni. The owner of the statue is the 18th century economist Bandini Sallustio. There are three buildings around the square, namely Salimbeni Palace, Spanos Palace and Kantucci Palace, but it does not seem to be officially opened to the public.
The appearance is very low-key, and the inside is very worth seeing, but some places are not open. There are many famous works in it. There is also a press conference hall for the reconstruction of an old church. It contains ledgers, various records, Contract agreement etc.
The Salimbeni family was the elite family of Siena, a powerful banking dynasty. This plaza houses the worlds oldest bank
We have visit Siena and this place before, if you enjoy photography this is the place to visit to get some awesome photos in the evening.
Charming little square with three palaces. The most famous is Salimbeni Palace from 14th century with Gothic facade. It belonged originally to Salimbeni mercantile family, but has been the headquarter...
The impressive Palazzo Salimbeni, a Gothic palace which hosts the famous Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, the world's oldest bank.
Visit the Oldest Bank still in operation in the World, amazing to think it is still in operation. Come see it before it goes bankrupt, as it is “under the supervision” of the government.