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The Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo (The People’s Captain Palace), headquarter of the Procura di Perugia, was built between 1472 and 1481 by Lombard architects Gasperino d’Antonio and Leone di Matteo.
A part of the building, located near the old prison, was terribly damaged by the earthquake of 1741. Near the Palazzo we can find the Pellini parking lot, helpful for those travellers who don't know where to park their car. There's also a statue depicting Justice, as beautiful as it is meaningful, with a smile and a sword, located in the lunette above the gate. Under the statue there’s an inscription saying “Iustitiae virtutum domina”, Lady of the virtues of justice. On a side of the gate it is possible to admire the Loggia del Banditore (Town Crier’s Loggia) where the judges’ edicts and decrees were proclaimed. Initially, the Palazzo was the residence of the Capitano del Popolo, who had the military power and part of the judiciary power too. After that, it became the headquarter of the Bargello, the town's guards commander. Since the first years of the 1800’s, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo and the confining “Studium” building started housing the Public Attorney’s offices.

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If you visit this important Italian city, you can’t leave without having seen the University of Perugia, the ancient Roman aqueduct it has preserved and the Church of Sant’Angelo, among other monuments and historic buildings. To easily travel around the area, especially if you decide to visit the old town of Perugia, you can park your car at one of our Saba car parks, located close to the most important historic areas in the city.