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Palace built end 500, inside many rooms richly decorated with frescoes and partial period decor, there are many collections of paintings, among which the most important is the gallery of the Popes with 364 portraits of the Popes.
This place is slap bang in the middle of town and is worth a visit to wonder at the gallery of the popes. They are all there (bar a couple) side by side in a gallery, they are so appallingly bad that they are worth...More