Palazzo Liviano is one of the greatest achievements in the building development of the University during the rectorship of Carlo Anti, who served the University from 1932 to 1943.
The top floor of this building hosts the Museum of Archaeological Sciences and Art since 1937. The collections include ancient and Renaissance sculptures and ceramics; Greek, Etruscan and Roman artefacts; casts of Greek and Roman sculptures.
Palazzo Liviano also incorporates the Sala dei Giganti. More information can be found on the page of the UniPD website dedicated to the Artistic and Cultural Heritage.