Gallery and City Palace
The Palazzo Corsini was built in the 15th Century by Cardinal Domenico Riario. In the 17th Century Queen Christina of Sweden resided here, after she converted to Catholicism and gave up her throne. In the 18th Century the Corsini acquired it and the palace was restored by Ferdinando Fuga. Today, it houses parts of the former Corsini Gallery from the 17th and 18th Century. The majority of the works can now be seen in the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica in the Palazzo Barberini.