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Complesso del Vittoriano, Rome

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The largest monument ever to be constructed entirely of white marble, the structure at Complesso del Vittoriano was at first a point of contention. A medieval neighborhood had to be destroyed before the monument could be built. The majestic emblem, dedicated to the first king of unified Italy, was completed in 1925 and occupies a central point between the Piazza Venezia and Capitoline Hill. It embodies the classic school of Italian sculpture, with fountains, Corinthian columns, and statues of the goddess Victoria. The museum is at the base of the monument's pillars. Victorian houses that are part of the structure feature exhibits showcasing individual artists. Lockers are provided near the entrance. A visit to the rooftop garden will give you real appreciation of the Rome with no entrance fee. Put Complesso del Vittoriano on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Rome trip generator.
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  • I really liked visiting this place - very busy. There's a small museum inside although we did not go. If you go up the stairs and in the back, get tickets for Roma dal Cielo and go to the roof of the ...  read more »
  • Botticino marble colossus raised to Victor Emmanuel II, whose construction is among the most impressive architectural works from the late 19th century. During the visit, we took the elevators to the quadrigas terrace (7 € full price), a strategic point for an extraordinary panoramic view of the historical centre of Rome and its monuments. The view stretches from the magnificence of the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali to the churches of the old town, the River Tiber to the Jewish Ghetto, Piazza del Campidoglio to the Quirinal and the characteristic Castelli Romani.
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  • Structure of great architectural impact, which to many may seem exaggerated, but that objectively has its charms. Both the exterior with stunning views also lower floors both interior is impressive. Some central body interiors appear chaotic even for the coming and going of many tourists, more interesting side to the Capitol seat of interesting exhibitions of contemporary artists.
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