Turco Palace

Built to celebrate the victory over the Turks in the Battle of Lepanto (1571), this building is tipically Baroque, with its statues and caryatids. The latter represent Turkish slaves, and this is why the place was nicknamed “Palazzo Puoti”, in veronese dialect “kids”.

It’s unknown the name of the architect who designed this palace.

You can see it only from outside


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The magazine about the Opera in Verona.

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