The Palace of Justice is located in the Merchant Square, also known as the Palace of Reason, not far from the Milan Square. Pass by when you visit the square. This palace was originally the site of the ancient Roman market square and was built in the Middle Ages. Used as a court, notary office and other purposes during the Venetian Republic. The building has a history of more than 700 years. It looks dilapidated and vicissitudes of life. It seems that it is not maintained very often and is used temporarily. Any building in Italy has a bit of history.
The Palace of Jurisprudence, built in 1228. Before the 18th century, the Palace of Jurisprudence was mainly used to carry out public administration affairs in Milan. In 1773, under the direction of Maria Theresia of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Palace of De jure was expanded. The expanded Jurisprudence Palace is mainly used to store judicial files.
I came to this palace also recommended by friends, saying it is a very famous historical building in the area
A very famous place in Italy, worth visiting.
It has a history of nearly 900 years. It used to perform Milan's public administration affairs. Later it gradually evolved into an old attraction. You can only visit the building. The building is very simple. It is very good to be able to feel the vicissitudes of the years.