Monday, August 22, 2016


About 1575. It was completed in the second half of the seventeenth century
The architects' names are unknown
Formerly known as Palazzo Boncompagni Corcos from the name of the first owners of the original building, the Corcos, a Jewish family who converted and took up the name Boncompagni
It became property of the De Sangro family that had it built in its present form
At the end of the eighteenth century it returned back to the Boncompagni family that, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, joined the seventeenth-century building to a new building with connected courtyards
The sinuous WINDOWS are among the most beautiful in Rome

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