Palazzo Lancellotti ai Coronari, Rome

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  • The palace is closed to the public and therefore visible only from the outside. The published photo is not relevant.
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  • Today the building renovated and modified features of private apartments, built by Lancelloti livable and in the 17th century stables. As a curiosity: Lancelloti square overlooking the Church of St Simeon while on piazza di San Simeon raises the main façade of palazzo Lancelloti.
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  • One of the prestigious buildings, a must visit for the easy mode, added however in via dei Coronari which is in itself a fifth spectacular. This building appears stately between squares of San Salvatore in Lauro and San Simeon, where it faces a fountain by Giacomo della Porta completed in 1575, formerly piazza Montanara and placed here in the fifties of the twentieth century. The start of construction of the building for Cardinal Scipione to designs by Francesco da Volterra dates back to the second half of the 16th century, it was later completed by Carlo Maderno and enriched by a majestic portal designed by Domenichino. Portal become historic, because she tied her fame at 20 September 1870, as in response to the closing of the door by the Papal Prince Lancellotti, ch remained until 1929 cieè to the Lateran Treaty, citizens entered the door written praising al New King of Italy with Roma, Vittorio Emanuele. The Interior is of extraordinary beauty, the porticoed courtyard on one side and rich in reliefs and stucco to the apartment on the ground floor which was frescoed by Guercino and the salon on the piano nobile decorated by Agostino Tassi illusionistic depiction with a loggia on two floors. Gracing the dwelling in the past makes the statue of Discobolus, found in 1781 in the Villa Palombara all'esquilino, nicknamed the "Discobolus Lancellotti"; It is now in the Museo Nazionale Romano. Should be mentioned that the Palace was the site of mystical French legation Infertile, as well as the Academy of Ambassador the cardinal Fesch, the uncle of Napoleon, and his famous collection of paintings, and Secretary to the writer Chateaubriand. But the preciousness of the building is also externally in many valuable shrines that embed the building like a jewel. On the side of the building toward the street having existed here is an immaculate conception in a frame in seventeenth-century stucco and travertine. On the cantonal towards via dei Coronari here is a picture of the Savior. On the cantonal level between piazza and via Lancellotti a our Lady of Sorrows is inserted in a frame with stucco in the shape of a Sunburst; and is a copy of the original kept in the Palace. On the other a Sunburst with cantonal towards via dei Coronari d'angeli topped in turn by an Angel, against a lamppost, enclosing a copy of a painting by Rapael Mengs. And still a Virgin and child on paper, copy of an original 18th century, within a frame on the side facing via dei Coronari.
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  • I’m Virginia Lancellotti Riso I was proud to visit this building that is same name As my family in Calabria spelling is exactly the same way we spell it.
  • The Lancellotti Palace is an imposing building from the beginning of the 16th century, completed by the Maderno. The entrance is represented by a majestic portal (designed by the Domenicchinio) framed by two columns with capitals that support a balustrade, spread over two floors, the ground floor with windows protected by railings. The interiors are very beautiful and embellished with many works of art example of Guercino. The very beautiful corners are bugged and two are embellished with beautiful baroque newsagents of the eighteenth century, similar in composition, but different in the subject: It is one depicting the "Redeemer" placed at the corner with Coronary Street. It is the other corner with Lancellotti Square, depicting the "Sad Lady".
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  • Railing of the architecture by Carlo Maderno. The sides of the main entrance are embellished by two beautiful shrines.
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