The Town Hall Square in the European Union, was once the centerpiece of the Palazzata that acted as a continuum of 17th century buildings that served as backdrop to the Crescent-shaped Harbor. The building was severely damaged by the earthquake of 1783, and destroyed by the earthquake of 1908, was set back in its present location.
On the front you can see some sculptures related to symbolism and numerous plaques that recall the most important events. In via San Camillo are two bas-reliefs depicting Dina e Clarenza, while on the opposite side, via Consolato del Mare, is an entrance porch with facing the senatory fountain of 1619. The rear side overlooks Corso Cavour and piazza Antonello with a portico decorated by bas-reliefs executed by local craftsmen.