National Museum of Palazzo Venezia in Rome

National Museum of Palazzo Venezia

The Palace of Venice in Rome

The Palace of Venice - in italian Palazzo Venezia, formerly the Palace of St. Mark, is a palace in the center of Rome, north of Capitoline Hill, the palace located on Piazza Venezia, near by Palazzo Bonaparte.

The palace was built around a medieval tower from 1455 to 1467. and is considered one of the first monuments of the Renaissance in the Eternal City. Stones for construction was broken straight from the Colosseum - 5-minute walk from palace, and the ancient basilica of San Marco was built into the palazzo.

A very interesting museum in Rome, there are many exhibits from different eras, there is a lot of history about Italy and Europe.

Opening Hours: 08:30 - 19:30, monday closed

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