Frescoes by the Ghedina brothers.
You find a fine series of 19th century frescos on the walls of the building that now houses the International Pharmacy.
On the northern façade you see the figure of Leonardo da Vinci, and to the east the painters Raphael, Durer and Titian, along with allegorical figures representing the Arts and Sciences (from right to left: Music, Progress, Art and Commerce).
The south wall shows scenes from Ampezzo daily life and the four life stages of man: Childhood (children on snow sleds), Adolescence (courting couple), Maturity (father holding child) and Old Age (old man sitting near a stove).
The four rose windows depict Michelangelo, Dante, Goethe and Shakespeare. The white panel appears to have been intended by the brothers who painted the frescoes as a challenge to rival artists.