Palazzo Cardinal Cesi, Rome

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Palazzo Cardinal Cesi, Rome

In 1520 cardinal Armellini built a new palace enlarging the old one of 15th century, which was bought by future cardinal Pier Donato Cesi and his brother Angelo in 1565. The Cesi's had it innovated by M.Longhi the Younger. On the right end of the facade there are rests of the sculptured lion head. It is one of examples of the rich collection of antiques realized by the cardinal with big expenses of money and lost in 17th century.

At the moment Palazzo Cesi belongs to Padri salvatori (religious congregation).
Palazzo Cesi
Palazzo Cardinal Cesi
Via della Conciliazione n. 51, (Piazza S.Pietro) zona Vaticano 00193, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Borgo (Castel Sant'Angelo) (Roma centro)
Palazzo Cardinal Cesi is Shown By "Map D Zone" As "17"
Subway: Ottaviano (864 m N), Metro A
Tel: +39 06 684 0390, +39 06 6819 3222, +0039 060608
Fax: +39 06 6819 3333
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