Palazzo Bonaparte: A New Space For Art in Rome

With the hashtag #PalazzoInMostra, Palazzo Bonaparte was inaugurated in Piazza Venezia in Rome on 9 July: a new space dedicated to art and culture in Italy. After a long and special restoration beginning in 2017 and was completed over a year by Generali Italia Valore Cultura, the 3,000 square-meter palazzo includes mosaics, frescoes and precious stuccoes in each room with exteriors in a Renaissance style defined by interventions of the Baroque period. The Palazzo D'Aste Bonaparte was built in ...

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