Palazzo Serristori, Rome
"Palazzo Serristori, Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on
Thursday 28th April 2011
The architect created this fine building for the noble family Serristori, merchants and bankers of Tuscanian origins, is unknown. In 1555 it was the residence of Tuscany's Embassy; in 1867 it was papal Zouaves' barracks.
Today it is the School of Pius IX transferred here in 1935 because of the destruction of their previous seat on piazza Pia.
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Via della Conciliazione, 1, 00193 Roma, Italy
Zone: Rione Borgo (Castel Sant'Angelo) (Roma centro)
Palazzo Serristori is Shown By "Map D Zone" As "18"
Subway: Ottaviano (1.0 km NW), Metro A
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