stands at the end of a historic street in Rome, Via Giulia. The building has been owned by the Hungarian government since 1927, and as the seat of the Hungarian Academy in Rome and the Pontifical Hungarian Ecclesiastical Institute in Rome, it is a symbolic bastion of Hungarian culture and Catholicism in the Eternal City. Despite being one of the foremost Hungarian-owned works of art, the Palazzo Falconieri has never before been the subject of a dedicated book. Antal Molnár, director of the Hungarian Academy in Rome and Tamás Tóth, rector of the Pontifical Hungarian Ecclesiastical Institute in Rome, have drawn on past research and archive sources to present, with lavish illustrations, the fascinating story of the palace and its inhabitants over these years, its artistic treasures, and the many swings of fortune of the Academy and the Institute.
- Kiadás éve: 2016
- Terjedelem: 212 oldal színes és fekete-fehér képekkel gazdagon illusztrált DVD-melléklettel
- Kötés: papírtábla
- Formátum: A/4
- ISBN 978-963-506-992-7