Strada Nuova, a Street museum and a UNESCO human heritage site. Three historical Palaces, a unique itinerary of art. Palazzo Bianco: The Palace hosts a great collection of Italian, Genoese and European artists from the 16th to 18th centuries. The famous “Ecce homo” by Caravaggio represents the highlight of the collection. Other masterpieces like the “Maddalena penitente” (a sculpture by Antonio Canova) and paintings by Veronese, Rubens, Van Dyck, Murillo, Zurbaran and many other masters are preserved inside this Palace. Palazzo Rosso: The Noble residence of the noble Brignole-Sale family, is decorated with gorgeous frescoes and furnishings, and hosts a great collection of paintings by Veronese, Guercino, Strozzi, van Dyck, Strozzi, Dürer, and others. Palazzo Tursi: seat of the Municipality of Genoa, retains in it's Halls a precious collection of tapestries, majolica and official coins of the old Republic of Genoa. Also the “Cannone”, the violin "Guarneri del Gesù" that belonged to Paganini, is preserved in a hall of the Palace.