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Palazzo della Cancelleria, Rome

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  • We visited the Palazzo Cancelleria to see the models produced of da Vinci's extraordinary designs. It was fascinating and great to see his genius in the life sized models.  more »
  • The Palace Office, I was disappointed. Went here solely for the sake of a Hall with frescoes by Giorgio Vasari. In Rome, very few works of this author; huge room called "Salon of the hundred days" with its frescoes is something grandiose. But it turned out that getting there is simple so will not work. What's worse is that, under the brand name "Palace Offices represent the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci model in a tiny room. What is he? The feeling that this is just a brand name, and all the major Italian cities have found it necessary to make the Museum of Leonardo and his models. And the ticket is not cheap.
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  • The Palazzo della Kanchelljarija is located near the Campo dei Fiori. The Palace was built in the early 16th century, the Palace was one of the architects of the famous Bramante. The building of the Palace merged with Temple of San Lorenzo Ying Damazo. Inside the interiors of great interest with paintings of Giorgio Vasari and Fanchesko Salviati, as well as ancient ruins in the Dungeon. But for all this to visit, you need to book a visit not less than one month, the administration of the Vatican, a ticket will cost 7 euros, not every day. As long as we limit ourselves to just the Leonardo exhibition in one of the rooms of the Palace.
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  • Leonardo DaVinci museum. It was a little too expensive for only being 3 rooms of exhibits. Half the exhibits read "don't touch" and the other half can be played with. The interactive exhibits are pulleys, pulleys, and cog-wheel style pulleys. Not too bad. My 1 yr old wasn't interested, my 3 yr old couldn't reach most of the things. We had more fun playing in the courtyard
  • We get into the exhibition and it was really worthy. There are many of Leonardo's inventions that I hadn't a clue about it, very educative and interactive, you can touch many of them and play with the exhibition. Loved it
  • Really a great and interactive museum! Pieces made with autenticity and love, as well as original materials, and with the lable "Please touch"! Best experience in Rome :-)
  • The Leonardo da vinci museum is a must see. It had many recreations of his various designs and you get to see at close range the master mind that imagined possibilities centuries because they could be realised.
  • Around campo dei fiori historic square to see
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