It includes two Charles X bookcases with many rare and important books. The large galleried library has been recently made.
The paintings hanging on the walls include a portrait of the countess Alessandra Mandelli, daiting 1676. Above the two doors, the portrait of a child by Lucia Bassani (1896-1977) and the one of an “Old Lady” by Ettore di Maria (1851-1938). Beside the window, portrait of Caterina Picchena (1602-1654).
The ceiling, the most notable in the palace, is decorated by four medallions with the portraits of the greatest Italian poets, Dante, Petrarca, Ariosto and Tasso. On the table at the centre, an outstanding Japanese lacquer and mother-of-pearl travelling escritoire. On the writing desk, an impressed porcelain (lithophane) lamp with a shade, which is the splendid and extremely rare work of the royal manufactories in Berlin.