Located next to the Cathedral of Salerno, the archbishop’s palace perfectly preserves the Norman structure and has incorporated within it the ancient temple dedicated to the Roman goddess of fruit: Pomona. The first records of the bishop’s seat date back to 499 which, according to ancient documents, once stood in the vicinity of the Church of the Mother of God. year 1000. Only one structure has survived today, characterized, inside and out, by about fifteen Ionic style columns joined together by a pointed Gothic arch. The majestic and regal Romanesque columns will give your reception a truly incredible charm. Guests will be extremely amazed by the uniqueness of the setting and the incredible history that reigns.