The Barocca House

The name itself, the Barocca House, reflects its Baroque style, although the structure itself is of Gothic descent.

The Barocca House is yet another magnificent edifice on the Tartini Square. Its very name suggests its style. Lavish architectural elements are opposed to the simplicity of St. Peter's Church, located in the vicinity. The entire length of the main facade of the palace faces the square. Although having undergone drastic renovation, its form remains Gothic. However, the facade is embellished by typical Baroque three storey windows, with the semi-circular arch on the ground floor used in the past as a protection against bad weather.