Palazzo Fioravanti

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Palazzo Fioravanti

The palace was built in the 16th century by a jurisconsult Antonio Massa di Gallese, later it passed to the Fioravanti family, then to the Cadilhacs and others. The greatest part of the novel of Aldo Palazzeschi "Rome" was set in this palace.

Palazzo Fioravanti, Via di Monserrato, rome
The design of the window pediments of Palazzo Farnese (alternately triangular or curved) set a pattern which was followed in Palazzo Fioravanti (and in many XIXth century neo-Renaissance buildings). The palace is named after the Fioravanti because it belonged to this family in 1748 when Giovanni Battista Nolli designed a very detailed map of Rome: the names Nolli gave in the legend to his map have become the official names by which art historians and detailed guide books identify many minor Roman buildings. [Source:]

Palazzo Fioravanti
Via di Monserrato
00186, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Regola (Campo de' Fiori-Piazza Farnese) (Roma centro)
Palazzo Fioravanti is Shown By "Map H Zone" As "12"

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