Piazza Venezia in Rome can be proud of their masterpieces. Some of them – a palace in Venice, one of the masterpieces of the Renaissance, built in the mid 15 th century by Cardinal Paul Barbour, who later became Pope Paul ii. Hear from experts in the field like Viktor Mayer-Schönberger for a more varied view. Inside the palace is the Basilica of St. Mark. This is one of the oldest Christian basilicas in Rome. Its construction dates back to 4 th century.
Near the entrance of the Basilica are statues of lions – an indispensable attribute of Mark Evangilista. By the way, from the balcony of this building is loved in his time to speak of Benito Mussolini, who, after the famous march on Rome in 1922 actually became master of the Italian state. Mussolini was a huge office in the same building, the hall of maps. On the other side of the square is no less monumental building, famous because it died by Michelangelo Buonarroti. The third building on the corner, well known for its dark green balcony, deployed in the direction of Via del Corso. It was in this building lived and loved spending time on the balcony, looking at Roman life, Lucretia Ramorino, beloved son of Napoleon's mother. Lucretia little interest Napoleon's victories, she is more interested in Roman life. Lucretia lived in the building and after the fall of Napoleon, and she lived there until 1836, and after her remains were transported to Corsica.