Tedioli law firm is based in the hearth of Mantova old town.
Mantova is a medieval city in Lombardy (region of the Northern Italy) and the capital of the province of the same name.
Since November 2000, our offices have moved to a new location at Via Pietro Frattini, 7 and occupy the entire ground floor of northern wing, in the entrance yard of Palazzo Valenti Gonzaga.
Palazzo Valenti Gonzaga represents one of the most important examples of architecture and decorations of baroque period in Mantova.
The imposing facade, attributed to Nicolò Sebregondi and realized in the first half of 1600, develops in four floors and is raised over a shoe base covered by marble worked into diamond tips.
Of special quality, also, the decorative composition of the yard, attributed to the flemish architect Francesco Geffels.
Restoration works, started in 1981 and completed in 2001, have brought this monumental building back to its ancient splendours.
An outstanding member of the family was Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (1690–1756).
He served as papal nuncio to Flanders and was elevated to the rank of cardinal by Pope Clement XII.
He owned a large collection of paintings (including the Portrait of Lorenzo Cybo), and the canvas by Salvator Rosa and Francesco Solimena.