Rector’s Palace

The Rector’s palace dates back to the 13th century, and  it was restored in the Renaissance style in the 19th century. It houses the historical coats of arms of the Venetian rectors and other nobles, and on the door above the staircase there is an inscription stating that access is allowed only to nobles. The palace also contained a theater that was later destroyed. Today, the building houses the town administration – the Town Hall



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