Erected in 1650, the Palazzo Pamphilj was a prime example of Baroque architecture that showcased the prestige of the Pamphilj family. Through the years, extended features like the fresco paintings were added to enhance beauty, which has thereby become a major gallery vault. The palace is now used as the Brazilian Embassy and is owned by the Federative Republic of Brazil.
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