Palazzo Madama in Rome - Seat of Italian Senate

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Guided public visits to Palazzo Madama (Corso Rinascimento) are conducted on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00-18:00, except August. The tour lasts about 40 minutes, before attending it go to Piazza Madama 11 to get your entrance pass.

Main points of interest in Palazzo Madame are Renaissance courtyard, Monumental Staircase, Maccari Hall, Italy Hall, Senators' Lounge (on the wall is a particularly fine sixteenth-century Medici tapestry with a large coat of arms and wide bordures, previously hanging in the Uffizi in Florence), Ostrich Hall (splendid sixteenth-century coffered ceiling), Risorgimento Hall (contains busts and portraits of some of the most important figures of the Italian Risorgimento), Signature Hall, Corridor of the Hero etc.

You can also visit public debates of Senate by prior appointment:
    Servizio di Questura e del Cerimoniale
    Visite ai Palazzi
    Senato della Repubblica Piazza Madama, 11

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