The Piazza dei Signori is one of several squares in the northern Italian city of Padua.
Designed in the 14th century, and originally used for tournaments and celebrations, today it's more likely to host a street market and is home to several imposing and historic buildings. The city's famous 14th century clocktower, which still works, dominates one end of the square which has become a popular meeting place.
Other notable buildings include two 15th and 16th century places, the Loggia della Gran Guardia, and the Palazzo del Capitano. Nearby is the church of San Clemente and the square is lined with shops, restaurants and cafes.Places nearby:
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