Rome

Palazzo Venezia

The building hosts Palazzo Venezia’s National Museum. Built in the XV century, it was first attributed to Leon Battista Alberti, but it more likely was the work of Francesco del Borgo. The building was famous during the fascist era as Mussolini’s headquarters; it houses magnificent statues by Bernini and the National Library.

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