A place in Italian history: it was here that the 1844 Cosenza uprising against the Bourbons was hatched, and here that the gendarmi allowed Attilio and Emilio Bandiera to stop for food. It was from here that sweets and sorbets were sent to the city prisons to alleviate the deprivations of the two brothers and other patriots who were shot dead in the Vallone di Rovito. And it was here, in September 1860, that the Garibaldians celebrated so hard that they damaged the establishment. A meeting place with illustrious memories, the delightful little Liberty-style room is now a venue for cultural events. Seven generations.
Corso Telesio 46, 87100 Cosenza (CS)
+39 0984 412538 - 26814
- Alessandro Renzelli - Licensee
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