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An attractive doorway crowned with the device and emblem of the Cavassa family (a fish or "chavasse" in the local dialect) opens onto this elegant 15C house. From the attractive panoramic gallery to the balcony decorated with the Labours of Hercules (a grisaille by Hans Clemer), several rooms open which have preserved their original decor, Renaissance furniture and a splendid retable and also by Clemer, The Virgin of mercy.
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