Sacripante Gallery And Bar

In Rome’s historic Rione Monti neighborhood, where Italian scientists discovered the world under the guidance of Enrico Fermi in the 30’s, a gallery and bar building is today preserved and definitely worth a visit if you are or soon to be in the country of Southern Europe.

The building that formerly functioned as a women’s monastery has been rebuilt in the 21st century and is now a space proposition for contemporary design.

Keeping vintage elements in the decoration with some heavy furniture pieces and candlesticks showing the passage of time on top of them keeps its historicity. However, mounting modern materials makes it contemporary and ideal for artistic exhibitions or to enjoy a present drink wandering in Rome’s history.

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