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Palazzo Venezia

  • Centro Storico (Altstadt), Italy
  • Piazza Venezia, 3
    00187 Roma, Italy
     
  • House with a balcony which stands Mussolini is called Palazzo Venezia. It has a balcony often led his famous speech Italian politician Benito Mussolini.

    For a long time the balcony of Palazzo Venezia served as a storage room, but after decades of restorations, it is open for tourists. Everyone is welcome to visit the legendary balcony. To get to it, you can be out of the Hall of the globe, which is now used as an exhibition space.

    It was from this balcony in 1940, Mussolini declared the outbreak of war with Great Britain and France.
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

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