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Justina,  United States United States
07 Oct 2023
Beautiful place, with numerous pictures. Same for the gardens. A wonderful jestate in the middle log a city
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Magnus,  Sweden Sweden
03 Oct 2023
A fantastic gallery including a great garden. Nice staff who answered every question.
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Dave,  United States United States
23 Sep 2023
Everything was great. The employees manning the rooms apparently were docents. Extremely knowledgeable and helpful as to the history of the palazzo itself and the paintings. Imagine the security...
Everything was great. The employees manning the rooms apparently were docents. Extremely knowledgeable and helpful as to the history of the palazzo itself and the paintings. Imagine the security workers in each room at a museum area able to inform you of each work of art. The palazzo and art were first class.
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About: Palazzo Colonna

The magnificent Palazzo Colonna has been home to over 20 generations of the Colonna family and contains one of the largest private collections of Baroque art in the world.

Friday Closed
Saturday 09:00 - 13:15
Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Palazzo Colonna
Via della Pilotta, 16, 00187, Rome
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