The Praetorian Palace is a Palace in Koper, in Slovenia in Venetian Gothic style, located downtown in piazza del Duomo, today piazza Tito (Titov Trg), and today is the Town Hall of the city.
The construction of the building began in 1447 and was completed around the middle of the 16th century. Until 1797, the fall of the Venetian Republic, was the seat of civil power. In the twentieth century, after Slovenia's independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the Palace was restored and it was possible to be used as a municipal seat in the building. The Palace has a crenellated decoration has two floors with two towers at the ends. On the front are walled up a Roman statue of Cybele, four coats of arms of Venetian Podesta, inscriptions and Lions Macdonald.