Galleria Sciarra

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Coordinates: 41° 53′ 59″ N, 12° 28′ 55″ E

Galleria Sciarra

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The Galleria Sciarra is a pedestrian passage of Rome, located between Via Marco Minghetti, Vicolo Sciarra and Piazza dell’Oratorio, in the Trevi district. Built as a courtyard of the palazzo Sciarra Colonna di Carbognano, the gallery is composed…

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Description

The Galleria Sciarra is a pedestrian passage of Rome, located between Via Marco Minghetti, Vicolo Sciarra and Piazza dell’Oratorio, in the Trevi district. Built as a courtyard of the palazzo Sciarra Colonna di Carbognano, the gallery is composed of a central area, rich in architecture and painting from Giuseppe Cellini between 1885 and 1888. The decoration recalls the ambience of the Byzantine Chronicle and is in Art Nouveau.

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