Liston & Honorii Guastaverza Palace

This prestigious palace, situated along Piazza Bra's “Liston” and designed by Sanmicheli, has graced this square since the 16th century and was home to Silvia Cartoni Verza’s literary salon.

The “Liston” derives its name from its paving stones quarried in the Valpolicella. These paving-stones have been traded-on and smothered by millions of tourists and veronese over the centuries.



You can see it only from outside.



Address: Piazza Bra, 37121 Verona.

 

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