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Palazzo Valentini

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Overview

Title
Palazzo Valentini
Author
Vanessa82
Rating
2.50
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Address
117 Via Quattro Novembre, 00187 Rome RM
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Description

Palazzo Valentini was built in 1585 by Cardinal Michele Bonelli and is currently home to the Province of Rome. Inside the building there is the "Imperial" librery, property of Cardinal Renato Imperiali, which is composed of more than 20,000 volumes. In 1827 the banker and the Prussian Consul General Vincenzo Valentini bought the building, there established their home and gave it its name. In the basement of the Palazzo Valentini have been found important archeological excavations now become a permanent exhibition. The path shows the remains of the ancient Roman domus, exceptional constructions of the imperial age, mosaics, decorated walls and other impressive relics of ancient Rome. To reach the Palazzo Valentini from Termini Train Station, take bus number 40 to Venice Square. From here, walk for 50 meters.

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