Highlights: The Vicenza Town Hall is located on the Piazza della Signoria in the center of the city. It is the landmark of Vicenza, the representative work of Palladio, and the source of the earlier known "Palladio motif". Its synagogue was built in the 15th century, first as a courthouse and city hall. After part of it collapsed, Latio was entrusted with presiding over the reconstruction. Palladio's creative transformation into a charming "Palladio motif" is a classic that later generations of traffickers are eager to worship and emulate. The ground floor of the building is now a shop, and the upper floors are used to host various events and exhibitions.