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Palazzo Madama - Sede del Senato della Repubblica

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Piazza Madama, Rome, Italy
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Reviewed February 15, 2018

In ancient Rome, this area was the baths of Nero. During the Renaissance, a palace was built for the Medici family. It later became the seat of the Papal Governments, and now is the Senate of the Italian Republic. Although the building was constructed in...More

Thank KitDuluCa
Reviewed October 17, 2017

Palazzo Madama - Sede del Senato della Repubblica is a long name, but it only indicates that it is the place where the Italian Senate sits. The building has a rather long history and it belonged for quite some time to the famous Medici family....More

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Reviewed August 30, 2017

If you walk from Pantheon to Piazza Navona you won't miss it. It is a great palace, now is the seat of the Senat of Italy, former it was a Medici palace.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed May 28, 2017

Located one block away from Piazza Navona, this late 15th Century palace was once home to the Medici family. Today the Italian Senate occupies it. A very ornate and unassuming building that is a seat of power.

Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed April 16, 2017

Near Piazza Navona, this great palace was once the home to the powerful Medici family. Today, it is home to the Italian Senate. The building's facade is ornate and has lovely details at the cornice and around the windows like lion's heads, male heads, and...More

Thank SpanishStepsApt
Reviewed August 21, 2016

This beautiful building, hosting the Senato della Repubblica (Italian Senate), is located between The Pantheon and Pizza Navona, so you will most likely pass it. It is open to the public on the first Sunday of the month – free. We visited on another day...More

Thank Kardoesie
Reviewed May 1, 2016

We unintentionally walked by the building, going from Piazza Navona to the Pantheon; we took some pictures and admired the building, without knowing what is building is. The building is the seat of the Senate of the Italian Republic (Senato della Repubblica).

1  Thank RWandSW
Reviewed January 8, 2016

This old fairly simple building houses the Italian Senate. The day we went there was tons of security I assume more than normal.

Thank JimmyJackk
Reviewed September 24, 2015 via mobile

This building houses the Italian senate. The architecture is stunning. Not sure if you can go inside however the building is plenty guarded. A really nice building for photography between the pantheon and the fountain.

Thank Shawn B
Reviewed August 12, 2015

Not far from Piazza Navona, you will find the Palazzo Madama. It is considered to be the palace of Rome and was built by the House of Medici in 1505. It became the seat of the Italian Senate in 1871. We were fortunate to be...More

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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a
five-minute walk of each other, the
Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and
most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful
throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art
galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighborhood
museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the
streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
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