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Palazzo Venezia, Rome
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Gain perspective on Venice's history from the 15th century to the present day with a visit to Palazzo Venezia, a fascinating structure facing Piazza Venezia. The building originally served as a home for cardinals of the church of San Marco and was later used by the Italian government for many years. In fact, this structure functioned as the office of Mussolini; its balcony is recognized as the spot where he gave many famous speeches. As you approach, enjoy views of the beautiful facade from the piazza, then tour the national museum housed inside. Add Palazzo Venezia to your Rome travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Rome itinerary builder.
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  • Fantastic place to eat wee wil definitely come back werry nice place good service nice service The place is a good place like a real good restaurant and a we're nice service 
  • Necessary caveats: I express my opinion on the building, not about who lived. Important building overlooking the square. Nothing outstanding but great views of the altare della patria.
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  • The Palace gave the name of the Piazza Venezia. Monument of the Renaissance. If you ask where did the stone with the Forum-it's here! The Romans simply pulled down the ancient temples for new buildings.
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