Palazzo Farnese is the most imposing Late Renaissance palace of the sixteen century located in Rome. Set in the middle of a small square, Palazzo Farnese is an impressive testament to the great artists of the Renaissance: Antonio da Sangallo, Michelangelo, Vignola, and Giacomo Della Porta.
Construction started in 1514 after a design by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. When he died in 1546 Michelangelo took over the project and added several new elements to the design such ... ...
Palazzo Massimo is home to one of the world’s most important collections of Roman antiquities. Here you will be able to see some world famous statues, amazing mosaics, colorful frescoes, ancient jewelry and an important collection of coins.
The palace is managed by the National Roman Museum. The imposing building houses the fabulous collection of ancient art and was built in 1883-1887 at the site of former Villa MontaltoPeretti. The palace was designed by Camilo Pistrucci in ... ...