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Galleria Spada, Rome
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  • Palazzo Spada/ Palazzo Capodiferro houses Galleria Spada, four rooms of paintings dated 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, by Jan Brueghel the Elder, Titian, Artemesia Gentileschi, Guercino, Sebastiano Co...  more »
  • When I lived in Rome decades ago, you used to be able to walk into the cortile of Palazzo Spada and wonder at how this could be. Then you would bribe the custodian to give you a closer look. Later, yo...  more »
  • Once in the Palazzo Spada, boldly go into the yard. Many scares the guard, but this is due to the presence of several offices in the Palace. The Museum occupies the left part. I advise you not to escape to the cashier, and look around. A small museum and paintings you did not impress. In a square courtyard on the left see a large window in the wooden frame. And there are the famous Gallery, take a closer look and see whether it is worth spending money on a ticket. Immediately in the right corner in the Palace there are some Office labelled as ever-there is a cafeteria and a Canteen for employees. Lunch 5 euros. Cheaper does not happen.
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  • Well..the gallery itself is small and nice..not more then that.. But, the optical illusion was just amazing. I went to the Gallery especially for that and it fulfilled all my expectations
  • Small gallery, located inside an historical building. Famous for the forced perspective of Francesco Borromini. Worth a visit.
  • The forced perspective corridor was disappointing but the gallery was quite impressive, no information on any of the painting though!
  • The perspective corridor was incredible making the length look 30m but it was actually 8m the gallery is beautiful also with unique paintings and sculptures I recommend to anyone on a budget
  • Great collection of paintings. The forced-perspective by Borromini is also a must-see