What Is The National Parliament Building of Italy?
Palazzo Madama Is The National Parliament Building of Italy. It is Also the Seat of the Senate of the Italian Republic. It was built atop the ruins of the ancient baths of Nero, next to Piazza Navona. The new
building Construction has begun at the end of the 15th
century. The Construction Completed in 1505, for the Medici family.
The Current Façade Was Built in the Mid-1650s. At least the Palazzo became the seat of the Senato del Regno.