Victor Emanuel's second-century memorial hall was built to celebrate Italy's unification in 1870. It took 25 years to complete and 1911 to complete. The building was nicknamed "typewriter" and was built entirely of white marble. The central riding figure is Victor Emmanuel II, who completed the great cause of Italian unification.
European Honeymoon Free Travel 2016.03" came to Rome, because the planned stay time is not much, so in addition to the Roman Colosseum and Wishing Pool is my plan to see, other can be said to be casual accidental harvest. On the afternoon of March 15, 2016, after seeing the Colosseum in Rome, I walked all the way to this place unconsciously and saw this snow-white building with great momentum. LG told me that it's a government unit or something like that. I didn't think much about it. It feels like it looks like oh, so keep taking some pictures of it. Later, it was known that it was "the Italian Unification Memorial of Vittoriano, Rome], also known as Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial, located in Piazza Venezia, Rome's largest square. It also has a name - "Victor-Emmanuel Museum Complex. It turned out that Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial Hall had the Vitoriano Museum, so it had such a name. Ouch, we missed seeing the museum, and when we arrived at the door, it was already over 5 p.m. and the museum should have closed. But it's not a pity, because we don't spend much time in Rome, and we tend to like walking slowly in its streets, so it's our preferred way of traveling to walk and photograph the buildings around us. Fortunately, we have seen the overall shape of this magnificent building, which integrates the memorial hall and the museum. The museum is free, and the top memorial hall is charged. About its history and the introduction of the text, I will not move the information, interested TX can go to consult on its own. Next time I go to Rome, I'm sure I'll learn more about it.
It's very beautiful here, and the scenery is very good. You can spend a day here leisurely.