Trinci Palace is one of the most interesting late-Gothic mansion in central Italy and the most famous building of Foligno. Located on the north side of Piazza della Repubblica encloses a precious cycle of frescoes of the early fifteenth century, made by Gentile da Fabriano in collaboration with other artists, and hosts the Civic Art Gallery , the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of multimedia tournaments, rides and games.
At the end of the fourteenth century the Trinci family bought the houses and towers from the wealthy merchant Giovanni di Ceccarello , and restructured them in a single complex. The Trinci Family saw their heyday in the early fifteenth century, when it hosted many scholars and humanists such as Francesco da Fiano, which inspired the frescoes by Gentile da Fabriano which represents a figurative encyclopedia of the humanistic culture.
Today, after lesions of the earthquakes of 1831-32 it has a neoclassical façade; the civic collections were relocated inside and it hosts the major exhibitions in the city.