Simple and elegant lines make up this building, whose construction began in 1480 for Count Girolamo Riario, nephew of Papa Sisto IV and was taken up by architect Martino Longhi for the new owner, Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps

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Palazzo Altemps, Rome

Simple and elegant lines make up this building, whose construction began in 1480 for Count Girolamo Riario, nephew of Papa Sisto IV and was taken up by architect Martino Longhi for the new owner, Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps.

Simple and elegant lines make up this building, whose construction began in 1480 for Count Girolamo Riario, nephew of Papa Sisto IV and was taken up by architect Martino Longhi for the new owner, Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps. Today it houses one of the branches of the National Museum of Rome, showcasing Renaissance Sculptures and the museums Egyptian collection.


Hours

Sun

9:00

19:45

Mon

Closed

Tue

9:00

19:45

Wed

9:00

19:45

Thu

9:00

19:45

Fri

9:00

19:45

Sat

9:00

19:45

About Palazzo Altemps

 Piazza di S. Apollinare, 46, 00186 Roma, Italy

 +39 06 3996 7700

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Palazzo Altemps and Nearby Sights on Map

Baths of Diocletian

On the site of the Roman baths, this museum houses an enormous collection of statues

Museo Nazionale Romano

National Museum of Musical Instruments

Next door to Santa Croce

St Paul's Within the Walls

More modern than most Roman churches: it was not started until 1873

Catacombs of Rome

Hidden underneath Rome's vibrant cityscape are miles of subterranean tunnels and chambers that were ancient underground burial places for people of all Roman religions

Church of Sant'Ignazio di Loyola

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (Basilica of Saint Mary Major) is one of the 4 Papal major basilicas, built in the 5th century atop Esquiline Hill to honor Virgin Mary

Santa Pudenziana

A very ancient church named after a saint who was in 1969 removed from the Roman Catholic calendar of saints for the lack of details of her life

Roma dal Cielo Terrazza delle Quadrighe

Santa Prassede

Fantastic Byzantine mosaics and some other interesting artwork