The complex of Santa Corona in Vicenza consists of one of the most important churches in the city – built in the second half of the XIII century – and the cloisters of the former Dominican convent, now home to the Naturalistic Archaeological Museum civic.
The church contains the Valmarana chapel (circa 1576), whose design is attributed to the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio.
Palladio himself is buried in this church.
Address: Contrà Santa Corona, 2.
For more info (timetables, prices, reservation) here’s the link to the official website: https://www.comune.vicenza.it/cittadino/scheda.php/42724,177967