Vittoriano and
Palazzo Venezia
EXHIBITION Angelo Zanelli and
the Altar of Fatherland
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Archaeology and Art History Library

A library specialised in archaeology, museum studies and art history, open to scholars, students and anyone curious to learn more

Imperial Forums Wing

Inside the Vittoriano and overlooking via dei Fori Imperiali, one of the most important exhibition spaces in Rome is soon to open.


The most important monument to the first king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II, a symbol of the nation and of its democratic and European values

Central Museum of the Risorgimento

The museum, conceived in 1884, but only opened in 1970, offers a must-see visit to discover the Risorgimento

Palazzo Venezia

For centuries the residence of popes, cardinals and ambassadors, Palazzo Venezia is an ancient and majestic fifteenth-century palatial home in the heart of Rome. Its gardens, historic reception rooms, not to mention the museum inside, all take the visitor back in time to revisit the splendour of the Renaissance and Italy’s world-famous tradition in the field of fine and applied arts.

Panoramic Terrace

A unique, unmissable view of the capital of Italy is waiting to greet visitors at the top of the monument. Take a look around: everything seems close enough to touch

Altar of the Fatherland

Designed by Giuseppe Sacconi and decorated by sculptor Angelo Zanelli, the Altar of the Fatherland received the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in 1921

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