Palazzo Madama - Sede del Senato della Repubblica, Rome

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  • Intersujace the Museum of ancient art in which we found the sculpture sorted into periods, and the residue of the vessel-the Palace of Karakali taken from the bottom of the Lake in the vicinity of Rome. On the upper floors there are reconstructions of sal with the ancient villa with original frescoes and mosaics. In the Palace there also rich collections of coins from the Roman period and contemporary, as well as mummies from the Apennine peninsula. It is worth mentioning that the ticket entitles you to entry to three other museums, including on the opposite side of the square the baths of Diocletian. I highly recommend it.
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  • Is the Senate of Italy. On the eastern side of the Piazza Navona. Because of that? Close to the appearance of the soldiers is seen. Korcia agonale and is located on the north side of the Palazzo Madama Palace Saint-Luigi-dei-Francesi Church Plaza in front of the Piazza Navona to go Street, and soldiers were surrounded by dark-colored vehicle. "I wonder why (&,?" I was thinking, because Italy Senate. When I ate the pizza at Cafe korcia agonale streets are, however, several soldiers 'DOMIZIANO"could return the change properly. Soldiers if it is useless.
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  • The Palace became the property of the Medici family, in 1505, becoming the Roman headquarters of the influential Florentine family, and one of the centers of irradiation of humanist culture. There was often Catherine de ' Medici, Queen of France, among other personalities. However, it was Margaret of Parma who left your name attached to the Palace. Widow of Alessandro de ' Medici, she married Ottavio Farnese and stayed a long time in the Palace. The building received the name of Palazzo Madama. With the Risorgimento, in 1861, and the transfer of the capital to Rome, the Palace would host the Senate of the Kingdom of Italy (now Senate of the Italian Republic).
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  • Adjoining to the Biblioteca della Camera dei Deputati, its basically very similar to the latter but has WiFi and it is possible to bring food in your bag when checking in (in the other one it isn't)
  • Very nice library.
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