Places and Monuments in Rome
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Palazzo della Cancelleria
Example of Renaissance architecture in Rome. The building is owned by the Holy See and is currently home to the Tribunal of the Sacred Roman Rota, the Pontifical Roman Academy of Archaeology and the Pontifical Commission for Cultural Heritage of the Church.
Palazzo di Montecitorio
It is the Parliament building, the most important of the headquarters of Italian politics, so his name and his face are known to all Italians
It is an imposing monument considered a masterpiece of the Roman architecture. It is one of the ancient and best conserved monuments in the world. Consul Agrippa had it built in 27 A.D.
Piazza del Popolo
Planned by Valadier at the beginning of the XIX century, it is considered one of the best urban works in Rome.
Piazza di Spagna
This is one of the best known and evocative places in Rome. It is characterized by the great perron of " TrinitÓ dei Monti".
It is a beautiful and famous square where you can admire masterpieces by Bernini, Borromini e Giacomo della Porta, who were very important exponents of the baroque art.
It was, at first, a grand papal see, afterwards became the official residence of the Italian Royal Family and finally it became the President of the Republic's residence.
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