Around the sixteenth century, Cardinal Pierdonato Cesi, bishop of Narni, built Camuccini Palace on the ruins of the Castle of St. Eustace and Savelli. The facade of the palace looks like a sixteenth-century portico with two superimposed levels, a portico and a loggia. The pillars have Doric and Ionic decorations. The palace is decorated with windows on three floors, in the back the structure rests on two large square towers belonging to the old feudal castle. Inside, in its spacious rooms, can be seen frescoes of the Zuccari school.