Palazzo Barbieri is a neoclassical building in Piazza Bra.
It was built between 1836 and 1848, when Verona was part of the Austrian Empire.
Although the interior of the Palace is now almost entirely occupied by anonymous administrative offices, there are some rooms where works of art are preserved.
Inside the palace, there are two large canvases by Paolo Farinati and Felice Brusasorci illustrating episodes in the history of Verona.
Since 1869 it has been the town hall.
Address: Piazza Bra, 6.