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B&B Rome Piazza Venezia

BB-Roma offers accommodations in apartments and B&B in Piazza Venezia in Rome. At the foot of the Capitol, between Via del Corso and Via dei Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia (Venice square) is, with its main symbols, Palazzo Venezia and the Vittoriano monument to the Unknown Soldier.With regard to the Palazzo Venezia, built between 1455 and 1467, became famous during the Fascist period as the ...

BB-Roma offers accommodations in apartments and B&B in Piazza Venezia in Rome.

At the foot of the Capitol, between Via del Corso and Via dei Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia (Venice square) is, with its main symbols, Palazzo Venezia and the Vittoriano monument to the Unknown Soldier.
With regard to the Palazzo Venezia, built between 1455 and 1467, became famous during the Fascist period as the home of the headquarters of Mussolini in the hall of the globe, the light in this room was never turned off, meaning that the government never rested .
And it is from the balcony of this building that Mussolini charmed the crowds on important occasions, as in 1940 on the occasion of the declaration of war
Palazzo Venezia hosts (among many others) the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia, where, among other works can be seen terracotta sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
 
The Victorian is one of the largest monuments ever built in Rome in 800, dedicated to King Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy. Inside there is the Central Museum of the Risorgimento and exhibition spaces.

Booking B&B in Piazza Venezia area, in B&B or apartments, gives you the chance to visit the historical centre of Rome by walking

In the lower part of the staircase there is the Altar of the Fatherland, just below the statue of the goddess Rome, from the golden background and the deep relief.
To watch over it 24 hours of 24 are two soldiers, the changing of the guard every hour.
Buried in the Altar of the Fatherland is a soldier without a name representing the soldiers who died during World War I who could not get a proper burial.
Was deposed in November 4, 1921.

Under the chariot in bronze by Carlo Fontana, symbol of the unification of Italy, there are written in Latin: "the unity of the country" and "the freedom of citizens," and since 2007 it is possible to climb up to the terrace of the chariot .

Sleeping in B&B in Piazza Venezia area gives you the chance to stay next ro the Imperial forums and the Colosseum

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