Piazza Scanderbeg

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For other uses, see Skanderbeg (disambiguation).
Palazzo Skanderbeg located in Piazza Scanderbeg
The murale of Skanderbeg on Palazzo Skanderbeg
Vicolo Scanderbeg street in Rome is named after Skanderbeg

Piazza Scanderbeg is a square in Rome, Italy located on the junction of Vicolo Scanderbeg and Via della Panetteria. It is named after the Albanian national hero Skanderbeg, who once lived in Palazzo Skanderbeg located on the square.[1]

Palazzo Skanderbeg is the site of the Italy's National Museum of Pasta.[2] It was inaugurated by Benito Mussolini.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Setton, Kenneth M.: "The Papacy and the Levant. Retrieved July 22, 2007.
  2. ^ ."Travel: Extra day in Rome" in USAToday.com. Retrieved July 22, 2007.[dead link]

Coordinates: 41°54′2.4″N 12°29′5.4″E / 41.900667°N 12.484833°E / 41.900667; 12.484833