The Baronial Palace is a historical edifice in Monteroni di Lecce, Apulia, southern Italy. One of the largest baronial palaces in the province of Lecce, it was originally a "castrum" (Latin for fortress), built by the feudal lords Montoroni. In the 16th century it was significantly enlarged, while in the following century it was transformed into the current aristocratic residence.
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