Charm and mystery characterize the history of the Broletto of Pavia, the più oldest in Lombardy. In the building you were also found many relics of Roman pavement. The base with the portico with pointed archesè considered the part più old, whileè Renaissance style top, especially the loggia that houses the hall once used for meetings. The complex built on a plant to 'c' became quadrilateral thanks to the completion of the Cathedral apses. According to tradition, the building was built in the twelfth century by the willà Bishop of San Damiano, that desire led memorize options as Domus Episcopi. It dates back to 1872 instead of the pediment with the clock of the lodge. The exhibition space, run by the Culture Sector of the Municipality of Pavia, is divided into four large rooms located in the south wing of the ground floor Broletto. Active since 2007 with a specific vocation for contemporary art exhibitions and attention, the Broletto Space hosts a full program of exhibitions dedicated to young artists active in the territory, both names già included in the national and international context.