Palazzo Pullici (15th century)
This residence on Via Camuzzoni was built in the15th century. It is organized around a courtyard, with tall and imposing walls. An interesting feature is the external staircase in the courtyard, connecting the floors. Examples of this type of stairway can be found both in Verona and Venice, usually in warehouse buildings.
The façade has typical traits of the early Verona Renaissance period. It was redone between the end of the 1400s and the beginning of the 1500s, when the decorations under the eaves, as well as the stone frames around the windows were added.
As the tablet on the front of the building says, this is where the poet Ippolito Nievo lived during his childhood, from 1831 to 1837. The photographs of the inside of the home, show the rooms where he lived (thanks to the Pieropan family).