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The largest building in the world, the Quirinal Palace, the venue of the President of the Italian Republic, dating back to the Renaissance period, in the coming months will remain open daily for
The building, consisting of 1,200 rooms over an area of over 110,000 square meters, has been the protagonist of Italian history, having been inhabited by the Popes since its founding in the sixteenth century, and then by the kings of Italy from the unification of the country until 1946, and finally, by the Presidents of the Republic.
Inside there are many treasures such as rare books, tapestries, furniture, paintings, sculptures, porcelain services, historic carriages, chandeliers, and beaautiful gardens and greenhouses.
The Quirinale Palace is located on the highest hill of Rome, which ensures a splendid panorama of the city center.
Until this new rule will not take effect, for now the Quirinale Palace is open to the public only on Sunday, from 08:30am to 12:00am