The “Palazzi dei Rolli”, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, were residences built by the richest and most powerful aristocratic families of the Republic of Genoa at the height of its financial and maritime power between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The “Rolli” were lists of palaces choosen by lot to host distinguished guests during official and state visits. All together they formed an innovative architectural system and residential culture that became famous throughout the courts of Europe.
QUANDO: dal 30 MAGGIO al 2 GIUGNO 2015
ORARI: Ore 09:00 e Ore 15:00
DURATA: Ore 3
DIFFICOLTA’: Non adatto a persone con ridotta capacità motoria
GUIDA: Pietro Francesco Tomarchio Gelmini
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