A building probably dating from the XV century, then heavily altered, with elements from the XVI century and later structural interventions. Particularly interesting the stone bust fixed high on the north-west façade, facing Reviviscar palace, dated 1566 and portraying Andrea Alpago (who died in 1522) dressed in middle eastern style. A bellunese scholar, a traveler and a physician who lived in Syria and was the first modern western translator the medical Canon of Ibn Sinna (Avicenna) directly from the original Arabic version and not from the middle age old latin translations, filled up with dangerous mistakes.
Source: Marco Perale
via san lucano 36 Belluno