About this spot
The Corte di Cassazione is the seat of the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation and the Judicial Public Library. It is a massive building inspired by late Renaissance and Baroque architecture that is entirely covered by heavy Travertine limestone, and from the early stages of construction showed stability problems as it rises on alluvial soil; for this reasons it has been dubbed “Palazzaccio” (“Faulty Palace”) by the Romans. Nonetheless it is an interesting subject with the right lighting, since it can be framed as a backdrop to the Tiber.
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