The Palazzo Canossa is a palace built in classical style, with a notable portico at the entrance, by the architect Michele Sanmichelin in around 1530 on the commission of the Marquises of Canossa. In the 18th century a loggia and statues were added plus a large courtyard overlooking the River Adige. Inside there was once a large fresco by Gian Battista Tiepolo – Glory of Hercules – but this was destroyed during World War II. During its history the palace housed important figures such as Tsar Alexander I of Russia, Napoleon and Emperor Francis I of Austria. The palace is situated on the Corso Cavour in Verona, Italy.
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