Ministero della Marina, Rome

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Ministero della Marina, Rome

The Palace of the Marine Ministry was erected in 1928 by architect Giulio Magni. It has an ample square in front of it facing Via Flaminia. On either side of the entrance from the Lungotevere are two colossal anchors from Austro-Hungarian ships participated in the WWI.

Ministero della Marina
Ministeri - Ministero Marina
00196, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Subway: Flaminio
Shown By Map A Zone As "15"
Tel: +39 06 3680 4442
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