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The palace is also known as Palazzo dei Cavalieri, because it was built as a headquarters of the Knights of St Stephen in the 16th century, designed by Giorgio Vasari. Its magnificent facade is characterized by plaster decorations representing zodiac signs and allegorical figures and...More
On this square you find diverse nice mediëval buildings. The Palazzolo della Carovana lookslike a Council House. They start to build it in 1562. On the square you also find a very nice fountain and a gate. When you are in Pisa loof for it....More
This could be a nice piazza,but when we visited there was rubbish strewn around.Ni idea why the Pisa Council cannot keep it clean?But I feel that Pisa has a shabby chic look which really could do with a bit of a general clean up,when comparing...More
Palazzo della Carovana (also Palazzo dei Cavalieri) is a palace in Knights' Square, Pisa, Italy, presently housing the main building of the Scuola Normale. It was built in 1562–1564 by Giorgio Vasari for the headquarters of the Knights of St. Stephen. The name, meaning "Palace...More
Nice palazzo with some very pretty buildings to look at. There was a stage or something being built or maybe taken down (we couldn't tell!) and it would be a nice area for an open area concert or something like that. Quite and not many...More
When we visited this square there was a second hand market and we passed our afternoon here but this square is stunning as every building you find here is very beautiful. Do not forget to look at the small details.