Palazzo Re Enzo is a historical building located in Piazza Maggiore. It was constructed between 1244 and 1246 as an extension of the public buildings.
It was called by this name as it became during the 13th century the "residence" of the King Enzo of Sardinia, prisoner of the Battle of Fossalta. The war machines were preserved on the ground floor, while the sessions of the People's Council were held in the open gallery on the first floor. The restorations were carried out in 1905 by Alfonso Rubbiani, who restored the Gothic appearance of the building: he rebuilt the battlements, the arches on the ground floor and the 15th-century staircase.
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Admission only during exhibitions