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This lavish 17th-century Baroque palace has served as the National Gallery of Antique Art since 1949. Items of interest include fine paintings such as Raphael's "Fornarina," frescoed ceilings, and a suite of rooms decorated in 1782 to commemorate a Barberini marriage. You'll be most taken with the majestic façade, but even more so as you stroll through two separate wings that comprise three levels.

This lavish 17th-century Baroque palace has served as the National Gallery of Antique Art since 1949. Items of interest include fine paintings such as Raphael's "Fornarina," frescoed ceilings, and a suite of rooms decorated in 1782 to commemorate a Barberini marriage. You'll be most taken with the majestic façade, but even more so as you stroll through two separate wings that comprise three levels.

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