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A palazzo is an Italian palace. This building type was made popular during the Italian Renaissance when wealthy bankers and business people decided to build large houses for themselves in the inner cities.

Palazzo Medici-Riccardi - Florence (1464)
Ca D'Oro - Venice (1436)
Palazzo Strozzi - Florence (1504)
Palazzo Strozzi - Florence (1489)
Palazzo Ruccelai - Florence
Palazzo Barberini - Rome (1638)
Palazzo Pitti - Florence (1458)
Palazzo del Tribunale di Mercanzia - Florence (1359)