Obelisco di Montecitorio

Obelisco di Montecitorio

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  • JavierCR 🇪🇸

    Located in front of the Palazzo, seat of the Chamber of Deputies, it was entrusted to Bernini in 1653 and subsequently reformed by Carlo Fontana and Ernesto Basile.
    Thanks to the Montecitorio initiative opens its doors, it is possible to easily visit the building. The tour begins at the entrance portal located in Plaza de Montecitorio and, accompanied by the palace guides, visits the most famous and evocative places of the parliamentary seat: the Hall where 630 deputies meet in plenary, the large corridor that precedes the Aula called "Transatlantica" or "Corridor of Lost Passes", the majestic stairways by Bernini that lead to the upper floors, and the large reception rooms on the second floor: the Sala della Lupa, the Sala Aldo Moro and the Sala della Regina.

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    • November 27, 2021

  • René

    It is the fifth largest obelisk in Rome.

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    • October 18, 2021

  • AeroPetr ✈🌍

    One of many obelisks in Rome, each with its own story, although all from Egypt. A reading tip: the Lateran Obelisk.

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    • February 12, 2022

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Location: Rome, Lazio, Italy


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