Ancient cemetery area of the Cathedral and then garden of the canons; located to the right of the Cathedral, was built in 1488 with the opening to the public of the passage under the loggia (On the arch you will find a tombstone: "Stat regensium fides nulla sub Aevo interora "The loyalty of the Reggiani will never perish in any time) .
Thanks to its vaguely oriental appearance, with the many shop windows and banquets of street vendors, it is a characteristic point of call between "Piazza Grande" (Piazza Prampolini) and "Piazza dei Leoni" (Piazza S. Prospero). Under the Broletto, a side entrance gives access to the Cathedral, whose portal, rebuilt in the sixteenth century, bears Romanesque lions. To the XVI century they go back also the paintings to the vaults of the Broletto that they represent the "Madonna della Ghiara" and the "Madonna degli Angeli". It was restored in 1786.