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Palazzo della Civilta Italiana, Rome

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  • The building is also known as the Square Colosseum. Nice trip to the area EUR, more murderers and fewer people. Although the area.
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  • The building itself is magnificent with overlapping arches and streamlined style with white Carrara marble and various statues that surround it. Currently the entry is allowed to visit the outside and the ground floor open space. On a sunny day the look is dazzling and impressive. Definitely the best of the palaces built in the EUR district, although the whole neighborhood deserves a thorough examination. A work of architecture to be admired for a long time.
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  • In the modern EUR district in Rome, this cultural Palace called Palazzo della civiltà del lavoro. The Palace was made of reinforced concrete with external structure covered with slabs of travertine and built in the form of an eight-storey block with a square base with four facades characterised by arches. Opposing sides of the monumental stairways are placed two sculptural travertine equestrian pairs representing the Dioscuri, icon of sacrifice of two mythical Greek heroes. In the arches on the ground floor are allegorical statues each 28 of the virtues of the Italian people. The allegories are heroism, crafts, music, work, agriculture, philosophy, political genius, social order, trade, industry, archaeology, astronomy, the inventive genius, the right, the primacy of navigation, history, architecture, mathematics, chemistry, the genius of theater, geography, sculpture, printing, medical, physics, the painting, the genius of poetry and military engineers. In the upper part of the building stands carved the words: a nation of poets of heroes of Saints of thinkers of scientists of transmigratory navigators. The whole complex is located in an area called the square of Concord. Mold building monumentalistico that through the choice of travertine was used to show the economic viability using only stone. Given its rational and metaphysical architecture was later known by the Romans as Coliseum square. This Palace was used as the headquarters of the National Federation of the Knights of labor and then, after the recent restoration, it was leased, respecting the target constraint, and is used to celebrate the creativity and craftsmanship of Italian genius.
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  • Beautiful building housing Fending Hq. Fendi exhibition was great but will close soon.
  • Beautiful building belonging to Fendi. You can not visit it like other building. But since I went there for business I could access the roof top where the view is breathtaking
  • I allways wanted to enter the building and see its inner views. Wonderful exposition with foto's en old filmclips from EUR until february 2016. Go and see this now, it's free! It has loosened now completely from fascist shadows, I believe. Musolini is really dead. His name is no longer on the outside. A new life has begon as a symbol of old modernismo.
  • A must-see once in Rome.Representing a diverse and another view about the city more modern. The fascist inspired building is now under Fendi propriety still you can visit the expo present in the ground floor.
  • Very interesting. We I was there it featured a very interesting exhibition about the history behind E42 and E.U.R. It might not be there for long. But still worth the travel.