GALLERIES
Gall. Alberto Sordi<br>It was designed in the early 1900s by the architect Dario Carbone and constructed on the Via del Corso as Galleria Colonna (named after the homonymous square which stands across the Via del Corso). It was built on the site of Palazzo Piombino and inaugurated on October 20 1922, but was only completely finished in 1940 under the direction of architect Giorgio Calza Bini. The building is constructed in the Art Nouveau style. In 2003, following an accurate restoration, the then Mayor Walter Veltroni decided to rename the Galleria after the popular Roman actor Alberto Sordi, deceased that year, as Sordi had started his career in a theatre, Teatro Galleria, which was part of the building. The restored gallery was re-inaugurated with its new name on 30 October 2003.Gall. Alberto Sordi
Portfolio
Gall. Alberto Sordi<br>It was designed in the early 1900s by the architect Dario Carbone and constructed on the Via del Corso as Galleria Colonna (named after the homonymous square which stands across the Via del Corso). It was built on the site of Palazzo Piombino and inaugurated on October 20 1922, but was only completely finished in 1940 under the direction of architect Giorgio Calza Bini. The building is constructed in the Art Nouveau style. In 2003, following an accurate restoration, the then Mayor Walter Veltroni decided to rename the Galleria after the popular Roman actor Alberto Sordi, deceased that year, as Sordi had started his career in a theatre, Teatro Galleria, which was part of the building. The restored gallery was re-inaugurated with its new name on 30 October 2003.Gall. Alberto Sordi
Landscape
Gall. Alberto Sordi<br>It was designed in the early 1900s by the architect Dario Carbone and constructed on the Via del Corso as Galleria Colonna (named after the homonymous square which stands across the Via del Corso). It was built on the site of Palazzo Piombino and inaugurated on October 20 1922, but was only completely finished in 1940 under the direction of architect Giorgio Calza Bini. The building is constructed in the Art Nouveau style. In 2003, following an accurate restoration, the then Mayor Walter Veltroni decided to rename the Galleria after the popular Roman actor Alberto Sordi, deceased that year, as Sordi had started his career in a theatre, Teatro Galleria, which was part of the building. The restored gallery was re-inaugurated with its new name on 30 October 2003.Gall. Alberto Sordi
Cityscape and Architecture
Gall. Alberto Sordi<br>It was designed in the early 1900s by the architect Dario Carbone and constructed on the Via del Corso as Galleria Colonna (named after the homonymous square which stands across the Via del Corso). It was built on the site of Palazzo Piombino and inaugurated on October 20 1922, but was only completely finished in 1940 under the direction of architect Giorgio Calza Bini. The building is constructed in the Art Nouveau style. In 2003, following an accurate restoration, the then Mayor Walter Veltroni decided to rename the Galleria after the popular Roman actor Alberto Sordi, deceased that year, as Sordi had started his career in a theatre, Teatro Galleria, which was part of the building. The restored gallery was re-inaugurated with its new name on 30 October 2003.Gall. Alberto Sordi
Seascape
Gall. Alberto Sordi<br>It was designed in the early 1900s by the architect Dario Carbone and constructed on the Via del Corso as Galleria Colonna (named after the homonymous square which stands across the Via del Corso). It was built on the site of Palazzo Piombino and inaugurated on October 20 1922, but was only completely finished in 1940 under the direction of architect Giorgio Calza Bini. The building is constructed in the Art Nouveau style. In 2003, following an accurate restoration, the then Mayor Walter Veltroni decided to rename the Galleria after the popular Roman actor Alberto Sordi, deceased that year, as Sordi had started his career in a theatre, Teatro Galleria, which was part of the building. The restored gallery was re-inaugurated with its new name on 30 October 2003.Gall. Alberto Sordi
Astro