Arengario

[Monza] The Arengario is a historic building in Monza, northern Italy. It was built in the 13th century and is named after its original function as the town`s `arengario` (i.e., town hall). It is located in the most central square of Monza, Piazza Roma. Its architecture is clearly inspired by that of the Palazzo della Ragione of Milan, with...
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Arengario

The Italian word arengario (also spelled arrengario or arengo; pl.: arengari, arrengari, arenghi) refers to government buildings of different historic periods. The word comes from the verb `arringare` (`to address`), as arengari usually have balconies from which the authorities would address the population in public speeches. The word original...
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