This palazzo with its statues and Corinthian columns, designed by Piacentini, hosts temporary exhibitions of paintings, ... More
Palazzo delle Esposizioni
This palazzo with its statues and Corinthian columns, designed by Piacentini, hosts temporary exhibitions of paintings, sculpture and graphics, which are changed every three months. There is also a small cinema that shows foreign-language films and the occasional theatrical performance at Palazzo delle Esposizioni. In addition, there is a well-stocked bookshop, a design shop, a bar and a restaurant on the terrace. Next to the complex is the Visual Arts Research and Documentation Center, an archive that contains data on contemporary Italian and international art.
The Tuscan architect Gino Coppede designed this froggy fountain in Piazza Mincio, as well as much of the surrounding district
which has taken his name. If you look at the basin at its center you can see eight small ...
The elegant Palazzo Torlonia was built for Cardinal Andriano Castellesi da Corneto, secretary to Pope Alessandro VI Borgia, but he
never lived there. He let it before it was finished to Henry VIII of England who made it into ...
The construction of this palace was financed by the gambling wins of Cardinal Raffaele Riario. The wonderful residence in early
Renaissance style is said to have been designed by Bramante. Interior decorations during the 16th Century were carried out ...
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