Roma (Roma) - IMMOVABLE DESCRIPTION
In Via Quattro Fontane, between Piazza Barberini and Via Nazionale, we propose an apartment, located on the second to last floor, with a splendid view from the reception area on Palazzo Barberini. The property is internally composed of entrance hall, living room, kitchenette, two bathrooms and two bedrooms. Possibility to restore the terrace, currently an integral part of the building with regular amnesty and to buy, if a larger floor area is needed, also the adjacent unit.
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Via delle Quattro Fontane is a street in Rome that leads from Piazza Barberini to Via Nazionale. It acts as a border between the districts of Monti and Trevi, and a few meters from the Quirinale; as well as just minutes from the Roman shopping streets: the exclusive Via Condotti, the elegant Via Frattina and Via Veneto.
The name derives from the Four Fountains, built by Pope Sixtus V, representing the Tiber (church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane), the Arno od Aniene (Palazzo Albani), the Fidelity or Diana (building of the Istituto Romano dei Beni Stabili) and La Forza or Giunone (Palazzo Galloppi). In this street lived the German painter Johann Christian Reinhart, for more than fifty years until his death in 1847 at number 29, the Swiss historian Jacob Burckhardt (1846) at number 10, and the Italian poet Gabriele D'Annunzio at number 159.