Piazza dei Signori

The magnificent Piazza dei Signori is the obvious starting point for catching Verona’s most iconic sights, as the former centre of Verona’s power. With an abundance of building and monuments holding great historical importance, visitors can catch a wealth of Renaissance palazzi (palaces), with the Palazzo degli Scaligeri and Palazzo del Comune to name just a couple. The most iconic building within this Piazza could be considered the Loggia del Consiglio, built in 1476 by Fra Giocondo and featuring a stunning facade with impressive double column windows. But of course, as the square is often nicknamed “Piazza Dante”, the large statue dedicated to the poet Dante Alighieri dominates this piazza and erected in 1865, is a great testament to the city of Verona for offering him hospitality after his exile from Florence. 
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