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Oggi sede della soprintendenza alle belle arti per Roma ed il Lazio , perfettamente restaurato e fruibile anche perchè gli uffici sono aperti , oltre alle visite previste per i turisti, si trova vicin... more »Now the seat of the Superintendence to fine arts to Rome and Lazio, perfectly restored and usable because the offices are open, in addition to visits for tourists, lies close to the ghetto and the theatre of Marcellus, with access to the picturesque square Campitelli. Built in the 16th century by the homonymous Roman noble family, there stands the monumental Portal surmounted by a balcony, even for its asymmetrical facade plane, surrounded by Windows with architraves with simple lines with angles punctuated by rusticated cantonal. A large covered seating was added in the 19th century to overcome the four elevations. Notable 17th century frescoes inside attributed to Giovanni di San Giovanni. The exact area occupied by the Palace is next to the site where the ancient theatre of balbus and the adjoining Crypta Balbi, now occupied by the Church and convent of Santa Caterina dei Funari.
Poco si sa dell’antica famiglia per la quale fu costruito il Palazzo intorno al 1580, se non lo stemma - del resto abraso - che appariva sul cornicione sul cornicione e poi ripetuto nel cortile. Dopo ... more »Little is known of the ancient family to which the Palace was built around 1580, if not the emblem-the rest on the ledge on the ledge and abraded-appearing later repeated in the courtyard. After that was the home of important Roman families: Massimo, Mellini, Patricians, Montoro, Clementi, Ascarelli. The Palace looks like a compact block of three floors with two portals surmounted by a balcony, one on Via dei Funari which is more elaborate: the oldest, originally the main and the other on Via Cavalletti currently used as entrance, being in during a restoration of the first that is lasting longer than expected. The Palace has three floors with architraved Windows, usually on the ground floor and the first floor, then following the diagram of Sangallo, the facades are flat, sides rusticated are laid out with cantonal flat and marcadavanzale frames. Typical moulded cornices and jutting out along the two exterior facades, while altana Via Trestles is a modern creation. The courtyard is square where the facades are articulated, two porches in three sections, alternating two by two flat ones. Due to modern renovations, only on the main floor there are rich decorative features affecting the walls, vaults and wooden coffered if originals. In fact the rooms follow each other in threaded according to the scheme involves the upper part of the walls crowned by friezes, frescoed and decorated wooden ceilings. Recurring themes are uninitiated, country-sceneries and marine, or arcades filled with putti or sacred scenes in architectural environments: it emerges that the pictorial cycle does not respond uniquely to a unified plan. The attribution is there any discrepancy: by Giovanni da San Giovanni (only biblical scenes?) to Filippo Franchini invasive restorations in the past aside. The present library whose times are much later and still discussed, especially the Central oval with the allegory "the truth unveiled by time" (cortonesco?). But the Tower of Melangolo in title what happened? Well was demolished for the construction of the Palace in the late 16th century in that took up all the northern edge of the block. The building currently is home to the archaeological service, fine art and landscape for the metropolitan area of Rome, Italy and Etruria.
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