Reggia di Caserta is a royal residence, historically belonging to the Bourbons of the Two Sicilies, located in Caserta. Wanted by Charles of Bourbon, the foundation stone was laid on 20 January 1752, based on a design by Luigi Vanvitelli. The palace was completed in 1845 and since 1997 it has been included in the list of world heritage sites by UNESCO.

In addition to the main palace, which has 1200 rooms and surprisingly combines a myriad of different styles, the Palace also includes a vast park, which extends for 120 hectares, within which there are gardens, lakes and fountains.

From 1 March 2024 it will be possible to visit a new wing of the Palace. After careful architectural recovery work, this area of approximately 3 thousand square meters will once again become a space dedicated to culture, home to temporary exhibitions and events open to the public.

Sebino Chiusure supplied EI 120 doors worked with bas-relief, frames and panels for the Caserta palace.

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