Visita Guidata al Palazzo Colonna con Ingresso allÂ´Appartamento della Principessa Isabelle
Biglietto Intero (Ingresso al Palazzo): 15,00 euro a pax (commissioni di agenzia incluse). Biglietto Ridotto (Ingresso al Palazzo): 13,00 euro a pax (commissioni di agenzia incluse).
Visita guidata (facoltativa) allÂ´Appartamento della Principessa Isabelle: 18,00 Euro a pax (commissioni di agenzia incluse).
EÂ´ possibile visitare l'Â´appartamento solo se si Ã¨ giÃ in possesso del biglietto di ingresso al Palazzo Colonna.
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The building of the various wings of Palazzo Colonna has lasted for five centuries and this has led to the overlapping of different architectural styles, external and internal, which characterize it and reflect the different epochs of belonging.
TIMETABLES: Open to the public on Saturday mornings from 9.00 am to 1.15 pm. It is possible to visit the Palace during the remaining days of the week only by organizing a private visit of at least 10 pax. At 10:00 am, 11:00 am and 12:30 pm included in the admission ticket a guided tour is offered in Italian, at 10.30 am in French and at 12.00 in English .
From 1300 to 1500 it presented itself as a real family fortress. Oddone Colonna, elected pope on 11 November 1417 and assumed the name of Martino V, destined the Palace to Papal See and lived there from 1420 to 1431, the year of his death.
In the austere rooms of Palazzo Colonna, Pope Martin V plans and realizes in ten years a great plan of cultural, urban and administrative rebirth of the city of Rome, which lay in ruinous conditions after the tormented period of the Avignon captivity and the Western schism.
In 1527, during the sack of Rome by the troops of the Emperor Charles V, Palazzo Colonna is among the few buildings that are not set on fire thanks to the good relations of the family with the Empire, but it offers a safe shelter to over three thousand Roman citizens.
During the 1600s, the Palace took on the role of a great Baroque palace for three generations of family, whose main exponents are Filippo I, Cardinal Girolamo I and Lorenzo Onofrio, who rely on architects and artists of great competence and notoriety.
In fact, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Antonio del Grande, Carlo Fontana, Paolo Schor and many others advise them.
Of this era is also the construction of the splendid and majestic Galleria Colonna, which faces 76 meters on Via IV Novembre; authentic jewel of the Roman Baroque, it is now open to the public, with the most representative and most artistically prestigious apartments of the Palace, which house the Family Art Collections, notified and bound by the fedecommisso of 1800, where you can admire masterpieces of absolute excellence in work of the major Italian and foreign artists between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Among the many, Pinturicchio, CosmÃ¨ Tura, Carracci, Guido Reni, Tintoretto, Salvator Rosa, Bronzino, Guercino, Veronese, Vanvitelli and many others.
In one of the most majestic patrician palaces in the world, where a gallery opens that has nothing to envy to the grand halls of Versailles, the Princes Colonna preserve the Apartment of Princess Isabelle exactly as it was when she he was still alive.
Here you can find the same cozy atmosphere, the same attention to detail and
be careful not to move family photos, next to the famous collection that contains thirty-seven views by Vanvitelli.