A unique opportunity to see a jewel of the Roman Renaissance

The magnificent Palazzo Farnese in Rome, home to the French Embassy, usually closed to the public is exceptionally open this year, until 27th April 2011 for a great exhibition of about 150 works of art gathered from some of the major Italian and French museums, but also from USA and other European collections. The main focus however is the Palazzo Farnese itself, a jewel of the Roman Renaissance, its courtyard and beautiful furnishings. A unique chance to visit this iconic building.

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