Palazzo Roccabruna is a Renaissance palace located in the center of Trento. The Trento Chamber of Commerce, which owns it, dedicated it to the enhancement of the territory and its products.
Its rooms, which preserve an artistic heritage of great value, host events and demonstrations that aim to accompany consumers to discover the most representative wine, agri-food and craft products of Trentino, and to spread a product culture anchored to the territory. , its traditions and history.
Palazzo Roccabruna History
Palazzo Roccabruna, dating back to the second half of the sixteenth century, was born from the amalgamation of pre-existing housing units, renovated and re-functionalized within an organic formal complex that complies with the taste of the time. The intervention was part of that process of urban renewal that matured in the political-cultural climate that anticipated the Council of Trent, a crucial event for world history and an overwhelming impulse to modernize the city.
The building changed ownership several times, gradually deteriorating with the chapel reduced to a deposit of furniture and agricultural tools and water infiltration from the roof.
Since February 2002, at the end of a restoration work, the building has been owned by the Trento Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture. Since September 2007 it has been the seat of the provincial wine shop in Trentino