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Palazzo Colonna Gallery

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Palazzo Colonna Gallery

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The Palazzo Colonna Gallery in Rome

In heart of Rome, A few steps from Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Colonna offers the visitor one of the most magnificent testimonies of the Roman baroque.

La Gallery Column and its salons are in fact one of the wonders of Rome and are the setting for an impressive collection of works of art: paintings, sculptures and furnishings from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century.

Each Saturday the Gallery is open to the public from 9,00 to 13,15 with entrance from Via della Pilotta 17. One is offered to the 10,00 and 11,00 optional guided tour in Italian, at 10,30 in French and at 12,00 in English.

Private visits by reservation are available on Saturday afternoons or on the remaining days of the week, for groups of minimum 10 people.

The fifteenth century also deserves particular attention Princess Isabelle's apartment; authentic treasure chest of wonders, including the collections of views of the Vanvitelli and Flemish painters, the frescoes of the Pinturicchio and the testimonies of nine centuries of the history of the Colonna Family, which inhabits and guards the Palace from 31 generations.

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