The Broletto (the land on which it stands was originally a garden called ‘brolo’) is today the seat of the provincial administration of the prefecture of Brescia. It was built in the 12th century, extended until the 17th century and restored in the 19th century. Its architecture is typical of medieval government buildings in Italian cities, with its tower, courtyard, and large balcony overlooking the city’s main square.

The centre of Brescia offers many attractions for visitors. The Sanctuary of the Madonna delle Grazie, the Roman Forum and the Tosio Martinengo Art Gallery are just some of the attractions worth a visit. The main attractions include the monumental complex of San Salvatore - Santa Giulia which houses the Santa Giulia Museum, the Piazza della Loggia, the Capitolium, the Piazza Paolo VI and the Castle.

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