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At face value, it is pretty to look at but you would walk away after 2 minutes.
A good guide book or guide would make this building come to life with its history, the judgments and punishements that took place and the documentation within its...More
We were walking by and noticed this interesting Gothic-looking building and went in. It is truly an elegant, brick palace with an interesting history. It was designed by Antonio di Vincenzo in 1391 (famous for having designed the Palazzo Re Enzo and the Basilica of...More
We loved walking a lot to discover this amazing city. Finally this lovely little square had public benches where one could just sit, rest and enjoy the surrounding architecture, shops, cafes and plaques (in Italia & English) that described this historic location.