Piazzale Corte D'appello, 1 - 43121 - Parma (PR)
The palace stands on the spot where the College of Nobles, founded by Ranuccio I in 1601 and closed by Marie Louise from Austria in 1831, once had its seat. The style of the facade, made of brickwork, marble and stone, reminds us of Farnese palace in Rome.
The lower part main features are two colums bearing the weight of a balcony with banisters, while in the upper part are set two rows of windows.
From the entrance hall two staircases lead upstairs, where the huge room for the hearing of the court is fully decorated by tempera paintings.