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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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Get your tickets at the souvenir shop and you can visit Bianchi, Sturdi and Rosso.
Note that the first two are art museums, without much furniture or interior decoration.
Rosso offers a bit more variety, and a good view over the city roof tops.
Genoa used to be one of the mightiest and richest city-states for a long time, due to its trade routes and powerfull navy.
On these buildings all the former might and glory can be easily seen, and it's a sight to admire.
We toured 3 of these palaces which are right near each other on Via Garibaldi and are covered by 1 ticket. All 3 (Rosso, Tursi & Bianco) are gorgeous and are more like art museums these days than palaces but the good news is that...More
Genova is famous for these numerous buildings which testify the importante and richness of the town during XV century. You can visit them for free odin occasion of special fixtures and sometimes you can enjoy some cultural events inside their wonderful atmosphere. Genova is finally...More
We thought it was great value for money at 7 euros each and you get to see three palaces, the Rosso, Bianco and Tursi.
There are literally hundreds of paintings, displays of ceramics and some furnished apartments.Some youngsters might not enjoy though.
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