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Dating back to the 13th century, the Palazzo Colonna has been home to the aristocratic Colonna family for over 20 generations.
Dating back to the 13th century, the Palazzo Colonna has been home to the aristocratic Colonna family for over 20 generations. The Galleria Colonna, a 17th century Baroque architectural masterpiece, is the only part of the Palazzo that is open to the public. The ornate galleries, featuring breathtaking frescoes from the 16th-18th centuries, showcase the family’s sizeable private art collection which includes works by the likes of Salvatore Rosa, Guido Reni, Guercino and Annibale Carracci.
Piazza dei Santi Apostoli, 66, 00187 Roma, Italy
+39 06 678 4350
On the other side of the Via dei Fori Imperiali to the Roman Forum
Leaders of Rome's defeated enemies were imprisoned here where they either died of starvation or strangulation
A museum devoted to pasta, Italy's premier gift to world cuisine
More of an enormous traffic circle than a piazza, but a good central location
The Via della Gatta connects Palazzo Doria Pamphili with Palazzo Grazioli
Home of the President of the Italian Republic, and the Quirinal Gardens
The Altare della Patria or Altar of the Father honors Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a unified Italy and Father of the Fatherland
Completed in 1762 to a design by Nicola Salvi, this spectacular Baroque fountain features a mythological sculptural composition of Neptune, god of the sea, flanked by two Tritons: one Triton labours to control a violent sea-horse, the other controls a pacified creature, both symbolising the dual nature of the world's oceans
In the very heart of the city center, the building was for centuries ago the seat of the Venice embassy