Doria Pamphili Gallery

The Doria Pamphili Gallery, located in Rome, Italy, is one of the largest and most magnificent palaces in the center of the city. It is home to the Doria Pamphili (sometimes spelled Pamphilj) family, and some members of the family still live in one section of the palace. The original building dates back to the 15th century, though it has been renovated several times. A visit to the gallery provides a glimpse into aristocratic life in Rome. Many private rooms are now open, including a ballroom, a chapel, and living quarters, all decorated with elaborate paintings and sculptures. 

The art gallery itself contains approximately 400 pieces from the 15th to 18th centuries. Some of the more famous pieces include a portrait of pope Innocent X by Velázquez and two busts of the same pope, created by Bernini. The Gallery of Mirrors is one of the most lavish rooms in the palace and includes frescoes depicting the Labors of Hercules.

Practical Info

The Doria Pamphili Gallery is located at Via del Corso 305.
住所: Via del Corso 305, Rome, Italy, イタリア
営業時間: Open every day from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. (last entry 6.00 p.m.) Closed: 25th December, 1st January, Easter.
入場料: Adults: €11

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