Gran Loggia d'Italia

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The Gran Loggia d'Italia degli ALAM (Antichi Liberi Accettati Muratori) or Grand Lodge of Italy of the A.F.& A.M. (Antient Free and Accepted Masons) is based at Palazzo Vitelleschi, via San Nicola de' Cesarini, 3 in Rome. It was founded in 1910 as a schism from the Grande Oriente d'Italia.[1] They are a member of the international association of Liberal masonic jurisdictions, CLIPSAS. They were known popularly as the "Piazza del Gesù" Freemasons, due to their former headquarters at the Piazza del Gesù, 47 in Rome.[2]