Palazzo Aragona Gonzaga

Roma, Italy

Palazzo Aragona Gonzaga

Palazzo Aragona Gonzaga (also known as Palazzo Negroni or Palazzo Galitzin,) is a 16th-century palace in Rome, Italy; it was once the residence of Cardinal Scipione Gonzaga. Today, its late Renaissance street facade bears plaques commemorating two of its residents, Saint Aloysius Gonzaga and the poet Torquato Tasso.