Rebuilt in the 1470 during Pope Sisto IV, the Complesso S. Spirito in Saxia, has two huge halls, 2 cloisters, 2 conference rooms and various break out spaces. The Sala Baglivi and Sala Lancisi, together form the Corsia Sistina, are enriched with important art masterpieces such as an altar attribute to Andrea Palladio and the Gate to the Heaven of Andrea Bregno. The Corsia Sistina,1.500 mq., can host more than 1000 people. Moreover, the Complesso Monumentale consists of the extraordinary Salone del Commendatore entirely painted by fratelli Zucchi (XVI sec.); the Antica Spezieria; the Cloister of the Monks and the Palazzo del Commendatore, with its cloister and the splendid open gallery painted with renaissance frescos. Furthermore, the Sala Alessandrina and the Sala S. Spritio, already set up for ceremony up to 200 people, complete the offer of spaces the Complesso S. Spirito can offer for all kind of events.


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