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The Palazzi dei Rolli is a group of palaces in Genoa, northern Italy. On July 13, 2006, forty-two of eighty subscribers to 'Palazzi dei Rolli' or rolls' palaces were entered by the special committee UNESCO meeting in Vilnius (Lithuania) between the...more
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Go and see all of the Palazzi on Via Garibaldi. An excellent street architecturally. Inside they are all stunning. Packed with history and works of art. The gardens are elevated and away from the bustle of the street. The level of detail in some of...More
- everything. The place is great, almost everything pedestrian, and the palaces are gorgeous.
- if you go in a normal day, the palaces are open (they are banks, offices, etc). Don't be afraid about going into as many of them you can
They were the palaces that according to the lists extended by the local oligarchical power of the Republic, were to host the delegations of other States, who were staying in Genoa, for politics or mercantile business, in the Superb. Worth seeing.
This is one of four or five palazzi in Via Garibaldi open to the public. All are worth seeing. Some have paintings, others are furnished and all are testament to the wealth of this port city in the 17th century..
The three old mansions are definitely worth a visit. I personally liked the Palazzo Rosso the most.
However, as my husband and i visited the 3 palazzi in the evening, we had only two hours before closing time.
It would have been ok if we...More