Palazzo Zuccari, Rome
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- Not to be confused with Palazzo Zuccari, Florence.
Palazzo Zuccari (sometimes called Palazzetto Zuccari) is a 16th-century building in Rome, at the crossroads of via Sistina and via Gregoriana, on the piazza Trinità dei Monti. It was built from 1590 by the Italian painter Federico Zuccari. Since 1912, it is home to the Bibliotheca Hertziana.
- Bibliotheca Hertziana, History of the Institute.
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