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B&B in Rome near Montecitorio

In this particular historical moment that our Republic is going through, all eyes are focused in one of the historic buildings of Rome, the Montecitorio. In Rome, you can stay in one of the B&B close to Montecitorio to follow live all the events that are happening these days. The building was built in 1653 by Bernini which was commissioned of its construction for the Ludovisi family, setting its convex façade that would follow the trend of the hill on which it is built. Montecitorio has been the seat of papal courts and the Governor of Rome. After the unification of Italy, the palace was expropriated by the Italian government allocating it to be the Chamber of Deputies. For those staying in one of the B&B near Montecitorio, one can admire the building in its current version, in which maintaining the facade by Bernini, one can see the expansion of the building in liberty style featuring four corner towers covered with red bricks and travertine. Inside there is the popular classroom seats arranged like a fan and illuminated by a stunning skylight. Also in Palazzo Montecitorio are more than a thousand paintings and sculptures from the sixteenth century and many engravings and prints of various ages, various archaeological findings and a variety of artistic goods such as watches, furniture, tapestries and busts. Thanks to an initiative in 1994 that offer the chance to visit the interior of the building by the public, so booking a B&B near Montecitorio will give you the opportunity to this exclusive visit to one of the historical buildings of our government .

 

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