[cml_media_alt id='1341']Salerno - Salone degli Stemmi[/cml_media_alt]

On the first floor of the Archiepiscopal Palace there is the Hall of the Emblems, with emblems of the Archbishops hung on the walls; four large marble tombstones show the chronology. Several fine paitings, many of which date back to the XVIII century, decorate the interior.
The capacity is of 300 seats.


[cml_media_alt id='1445']Tempio_di_Pomona[/cml_media_alt]

The Temple of Pomona is characterized, on the inside and outside, by fifteen Ionic columns, joined together by a Gothic pointed arch. The capitals, of Ionic style too, are made by four heads of the goddess Pomona and by a square plate crowning the capital made of concave faces.
Other findings of the temple include the paving, the attic with a central round arch, a trunk of the foundations, the single-lancet windows and a wall plaque

The temple is used as hall for exhibitions and fairs.