Rome's major Government Buildings

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Palazzo del Quirinale - Rome's major Government Buildings
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The Quirinal Palace (Palazzo del Quirinale), Rome

The result of a series of adaptations that enlarged the original nucleus dating back to the end of the 15th century, the Quirinal Palace rises on one of the

Palazzo della Consulta (Constitutional Court/ Corte Costituzionale)

This elegant beautiful palace was erected by order of Clement XII with the goal to make an adequate conclusion of the space around the Palazzo del Quirinale.

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Besides its archaeological remains and the fact that Rome has some of the world's most beautiful works of art the city is also the site of numerous imposing

Palazzo Giustiniani (Palazzo Madama, Italian Parliament/Senato Della Repubblica), Rome

It was built on the area of the Baths of Alexander in the end of the 16th century by G.Fontana for the Giustiniani family. Construction was finished by

Palazzo del Quirinale (Quirinal Palace)

Before the palace was built here this site was occupied by a villa created by Ippolito II d'Este, who was a great specialist in villas and had a famous Villa d