Justice and Health at Rome!!!

Oh well, here I go with my creativity again. Well, these are two wonderful building with nice architecture which I like and walked by them took a picture and now is a good time to show them to all. Happy walking in lovely Rome, Italy.

I like to tell you about a Justice and a Health establishment in Rome that I walked by and enjoy their silhouettes, hope you enjoy it as I do.

I walked by the Policlinico and even got off at the metro station of same name there on our way to our apartment ; just out into the street to do some walking we love. This health hospital or policlinico took our fancy. It is located in the Quartiere San Lorenzo neighborhood ;the Policlinico Umberto I of Rome is the polyclinic of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the Sapienza Università di Roma. The second largest public hospital in Italy. Its construction was promoted by Italian doctors and polititians in 1883 and completed 20 years later. The opening was presided by rector Luigi Galassi and by Umberto I of Italy, after whom it is named. It is served by the Policlinico Metro station.

This is their official webpage for contact who knows, or directions to see it ,,,, Policlinico Umberto I of Rome


Then,we went walking to one of our favorite squares or piazzas of Rome and found a striking building, we tried to see it only after realising is the justice palace or courthouse, well not really wanted to go in lol!

The Palace of Justice or Palazzo di Giustizia is the seat, in Rome, of the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation, of the council of the Bar Association of Rome and of the central legal library The palace is in the rione de Prati district, on the banks of the Tiber river, opposite the Umberto I Bridge, east of the Castel Sant’Angelo (see posts). The building was built from 1888 to 1910.The architecture of the building, whose plan is a quadrilateral of 170 meters by 155 meters, is inspired by the Renaissance and Baroque styles. It is entirely covered with limestone travertine. The facade overlooking the Tiber is surmounted by a large bronze quadriga posed in 1926; 10 largestatues of notable jurists adorn the ramps in front of the main facade and the interior courtyard. The upper part of the facade overlooking Piazza Cavour (photo) is decorated with the bronze coat of arms of the Savoy House The hall of the Supreme Court, also known as the Great Hall or Aula Maxima is decorated with several frescoes, work which was completed in 1918.

Again, hope you never need to use it but this is the official justice palace webpage in Italian : Court of Cassation or justice palace of Rome


And there you go folks, its me again, walking is wonderful in any city, town, village and Europe has plenty including the big cities like eternal Rome, and lovely Italy. Hope you enjoy walking by them and admire the architecture as we did.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!

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