Piazza Sordello is the oldest square in Mantua, Italy and was probably the location of the Etruscan town, and then later a Roman city. The place now occupied by the square has always been a center of the Mantuan community. The existing layout, established during Medieval times, is thanks to the Gonzaga family whose immense living quarters, fronted by the Palazzo Ducale, frame the east side.
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