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Palazzi dei Rolli

Palace Genoa, Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Site Palazzi dei Rolli

Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which includes a number of streets and palaces in the center of Genoa, in Northwestern Italy. The Strade Nuove (Italian for "New Streets") are a group of streets built by the Genoese aristocracy during the expansion of the city at a time when the Republic of Genoa was at the height of its financial and seafaring power. These are Via Giuseppe Garibaldi (1558-1583, formerly Strada Maggiore or Strada Nuova) and Via Balbi (1602-1620, formerly Strada Balbi), later followed by Via Cairoli (1778-1786, formerly Strada Nuovissima). The Palazzi dei Rolli (Italian for "Palaces of the Lists") are a group of palaces - most of which also date from the late 16th and early 17th centuries - which were associated to a particular system of ‘public lodging’ in private residences, whereby notable guests on State visit to the Republic were hosted in one of these palaces on behalf of the State.

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    lunedì: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    martedì: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    mercoledì: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    giovedì: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    venerdì: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    sabato: Aperto 24 ore su 24
    domenica: Aperto 24 ore su 24

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Via Garibaldi, 12r, 16124 Genova GE, Italia

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