This is a place where you can find a lot of interesting thinks. The Italian Consiglio di Stato is the court that judge about admistatives questions and is located in a part of this palace that was the house of Cardinale Spada. A Lot of portrait in the gallery but the best : on Tiziano, some Guido Reni .
The originals marble carvings are incredible, all're made in the I or II century b.c., and some Borromini marble statue are a big expression of art in Rome since 2000 years.
The joke at the end is a perpestive illusion about columns of Borromini and it's incredible and you have to see. The prize to enter in this place is only 5 euros but you can have free during the first Sunday of the month
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