PERUGIA. VIA DEI PRIORI.
'LIPPI BONCAMBI' PALACE
‘Lippi Boncambi’ Palace. This building belonged to the well-known Perugian family Boncambi. It disappeared permanently in 1812, and the surname of the same has survived only linked to that of the Pucci family or, as in this case, to that of the Lippi, following testamentary legacies and marital ties. Next to the palace, at numbers 60 and 62 of Via dei Priori there is a plaque that recalls the death here at the age of 62 of Alinda Bonacci Brunamonti (1841-1903); in the same we read that the poet impersonated in Perugia, for Aldo Capitini, the literary and lyrical Romanticism of the nineteenth century.