The Ducal Palace was built around the middle of the 18th century by the ancient Galluccio family, descendant of Pandolfo, prince of Capua and count of Teano, Sessa and Carinola, to replace the old palace that once stood within the walls of the village.
The building, of considerable size, has a simple facade with an exedra loggia and a gate built in Renaissance style.
In the external structure, the building retains its original appearance intact and has not been significantly changed over the years.
Located outside the fortified centre of Tora, the historic Ducal Palace looks like a sentinel on the valley, not far from the village gathered around the tower.
The deeply rooted sense of belonging was handed down to Clarissa Falco, who, together with her husband Alberto d’Amore, loved these places rich in history by transferring the same feelings to their children and grandchildren.