This summer for the first time, travelers to Rome can explore one of the world's loveliest palaces: the Palazzo Doria-Pamphili, on the Corso. One picture gallery has long been public, but now on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, between 11 o'clock and noon, visitors are admitted to a whole succession of magnificent rooms in which every perfect detail seems to breathe history. The mid-18th century Venetian Room with its Murano glass chandelier may well surpass any interior of the same period remaining in Venice itself. The Grand Salon contains a golden cradle that bears...

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