Palazzo delle Casse di Risparmio Postali (Palace of Post Office Savings Bank)

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Palazzo delle Casse di Risparmio Postali (Palace of Post Office Savings Bank)

This enormous palace serving as a seat of Post Saving Fund was projected by engineer Rolando and unveiled in 1914. It is located in Piazza Dante. Recently the gardens of the Piazza Dante square (Area 5.000 m²) was dedicated to immigrants.

Palazzo delle casse di risparmio postali (Palace of postal savings bank) at Piazza Dante - Image 2.jpg Palazzo delle Casse di Risparmio Postali (Palace of Post Office Savings Bank) at Piazza Dante

Address:
Palazzo delle Casse di Risparmio Postali (Palace of Post Office Savings Bank)
Piazza Dante
00185, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Esquilino (Termini - Via Nazionale) (Roma centro)
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