The 16th-century Palazzo del Banco di Santo Spirito stands at 31, Via Del Banco di Santo Spirito. Designed by famous artists such as Bramante and Antonio da Sangallo the younger, the palace is positioned near Via dei Coronari close to Ponte Sant'Angelo. The main façade is concave in form with an ashlar ground floor in the center of which there is a wide rectangular entrance. There are decorations on pilasters, Corinthian capitals, coats of arms, roundels, statues and an enormous arch. The other façade has an inscription that commemorates Benvenuto Cellini who worked at one time in the papal mint.
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- Nearest Train: Argentina