The Cenacolo Palladiano is definitely the most remarkable room in the Foundation in terms of architectural history. Its 339 sq. m. can hold around 300 people.This magnificent refectory was built at the end of the 16th century by the celebrated architect Andrea Palladio in collaboration with the great painter Paolo Caliari called Veronese. To create a more theatrical setting and to open up the furthest wall, Veronese painted the Wedding at Cana, a breathtaking work, seized by Napoleon and now in the Louvre in Paris. Veronese’s work has returned, in facsimiles, to its original location in September 2007.