Widespread Museum

October 28, 2011

Via Roma

Via Roma features delightful baroque buildings that have all the most common themes of the style that was fashionable during the 17th and 18th century. Each one has its own characteristic and therefore has to be admired on its own. They have been created by the creative spirit of that group of artists that worked at the Cathedral between 1671 and 1734 such as Cantù, Artusi, Vanni and many more. The road and its buildings originally hosted the noble families of Ronciglione, while today it can be considered the very essence of the commercial life of the town where anyone can have a relaxing walk.