Palazzo Canossa

Palazzo Canossa, still the property of the family, was built after 1530 by commission from Lodovico di Canossa, bishop of Bayeux, and his nephews on a design by Verona architect Michele Sanmicheli. It is one of the city’s most significant examples of Renaissance architecture thanks to its layout, façade and ground floor ashlar work, not to mention the large open hall with three arches giving on to the street. Inside, the palace still displays original furniture, frescoes and paintings.

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