Palazzo Mincuzzi is located in the old town of Bari, one of the most historically interesting cities in southern Italy. The large Baroque edifice was built in 1616 for the aristocratic Mincuzzi family and declared a national monument in 1902. Inside the building is a courtyard with an elegant open staircase leading to the upper floors. The traditional mullioned windows, balconies and theatrical air of the building make Palazzo Mincuzzi a particularly impressive example of Baroque design. The former aristocratic residence is now a museum with photographs, antiques and objects of art. Visit Palazzo Mincuzzi and you will be able to gain an insight into the renaissance era and background of one of Italy's most beautiful cities.