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Before starting the tour guide, lets talk about Roman Architecture. Romans used volcanic stone tufa and then in late second century they started to use travertine, which was more durable and its off-white color made a very good replacement for marble. Tufa and travertine were both used as a combination in the construction, temple of Portunus is constructed by using these two stones. Romans were greatly concerned about the interior architecture of the building the best example for that is Pantheon constructed in the year 1743. Now lets talk about beautifully architected buildings Piazza and Palazzo Venezia.
Piazza Venezia, square of Rome where historic and marvelously architected buildings are on walking distance. It is called the heart or central hub of Rome. The Piazza is a part of the monument Altare Della Patria which was made in the honor of Victor Emanuel II, the first king of Italy. There is a tomb of an unknown soldier made up of pure white marbles, built in 1885, it is used as a symbol of memory and honor for all those soldiers who lost their lives in world war one. In 1910 and 1913 the Piazza was enlarged by the demolishment and rebuilding of the historic building Palazzetto so that it could have a clear view of the Italys monument. The name Piazza was derived from Palazzo Venezia.
Palazzo Venezia, known as the palace of St. Mark, was constructed in between of 1455 and 1464 by the great architect Leon Battista Alberti. Pope Paul II used to watch the jockey less from the palace. The motivational and encouraging speeches were also given in Palazzo Venezia by Benito Mussolini. During the period of 1464 to 1471 the palace was enlarged with three big halls and a big garden called Viridarium. In 1565 Papal summer gave the palace to republic of Venice, used as a roman embassy. In 1913 the Palazzetto garden was demolished and became Piazza Venezia. After that in 1981 Palazzo Venezia became a collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and museum also Napoleons mother once lived in Palazzo Venezia in 1818.
Now the question is why Piazza and Palazzo Venezia is always an eye catcher for the tourist. The first and main reason is that its a central hub of Rome, every historic building is on walking distance and they are beautifully architected buildings. The museum is built in a neoclassical style which is a combination of all the famous and historic materials. The beautiful and attention grabbing statue of Victor Emmanuel II is made the center piece of the monument. The ninth century alter and fifteen century carved celling are the most attention seeking piece of architecture. The grave of the Unknown Soldier in the foot of the Palazzo Venezia is always enlightened with the eternal flame which is the symbol of bravery of the soldiers of the world war one, many tourist come to pay a visit to the grave. The monumental fountains Due Mari represents the two seas of Italy, Adriatic and Tyrrhenian, which surrounds the whole Italy, it is a worth watching sight for the tourists. Rome is known for its archeological art treasures and is twelfth most visited country of the world, 9.6 million tourist visited Rome in the year 2017. Rome provides some well-arranged tour guide, Grand Canal tour which is done on the boat with small distance walking, one of the services provided by Rome to the tourists.
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Four major roads meet up at the Piazza Venezia thats why it is known for its chaotic traffic.
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