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Palazzo di Giustizia

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Address: Piazza dei Tribunali | Prati, 00193 Rome, Italy
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THE NEARLY DEMOLISHED BUILDING

Walking along the Tiber and standing at the end of Ponte Umberto I, it is hard to miss this incredibly grand building, which begs you to take a closer look. The Supreme Court of... read more

Reviewed December 13, 2016
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

PALAZZO DI GIUSTIZIA is the Italian Supreme Court and is one amazing building. Construction finished on this building in 1910 and it's most definitely very eye catching. We were on our way to Piazza Cavour walking along the riverbank and this amazing structure really caught my attention and standing on the magnificent Ponte Umberto I I took some nice photos... More 

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Baltimore, Maryland
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 365 helpful votes
Reviewed March 4, 2017

The Palace of Justice is an impressive building sitting on the banks of the Tiber River. It serves as the seat for the Supreme Court (referred to as the last stop in the Italian court system). It also houses the Italian central library of law. This is not a place you want to have to come to, and it is... More 

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Reviewed December 13, 2016

Walking along the Tiber and standing at the end of Ponte Umberto I, it is hard to miss this incredibly grand building, which begs you to take a closer look. The Supreme Court of Cassation and the Judicial Public Library, is totally over the top. The architect was Guglielmo Calderin, who won a competition to design the judicial complex. Building... More 

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Reviewed October 22, 2016 via mobile

Loved strolling by the canal and seeing beautiful buildings. Such a relaxing activity for a Saturday morning.

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Tucson
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 675 helpful votes
Reviewed September 20, 2016

The whole of Trajan's Forum (pillars stand today) functioned as the "Palace of Justice". The experts say (and it is written) that "The Forum of Trajan was in fact a large palace of justice where law related matters .." were decided. He was one of the 5 good Emperors.

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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed August 25, 2016

It has beautiful architecture. It can be seen from the Tiber river and from Pont Umbero 1. The appearance of the palace is truly majestic!

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reviewed July 23, 2016

The views from the top of the building are not to be missed. The rest of the building is free and beautiful.

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Reviewed June 21, 2016 via mobile

Here it is where justice, or 'justice' (depends on the days), is served. Architecturally it may be a mix of way too many styles yet it still is pretty impressive. It is possible to visit the inside of the building for free, you just need to get a visitor pass at the entrance. Also, if you come after 10 and... More 

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Fresno, California
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Reviewed May 4, 2016

Massive and stunning. We only did the exterior for pictures. It's a beautiful site as you walk to the Vatican along the river.

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Rijeka, Croatia
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Reviewed April 21, 2016

The seat of the Supreme Court and the Judicial Public Library is an imposing building (170 meters long and 155 meters wide), which locals often call the Palazzaccio (the Bad Palace). It was designed at the end of the 19th century by Guglielmo Calderini, a Perugian architect.

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