For lovers of art and the Eternal City, a new exhibition has opened on the glories of Rome in the 15th century. "Il 400 a Roma" at the Museo del Corso in Rome until Sept. 7 begins with a digitized map showing the city as it was in the 1400s. The exhibition focuses on building projects such as the Palazzo Venezia, begun in 1455, as well the era's great art patrons, including Pope Sixtus IV, who commissioned the Sistine Chapel. Tickets cost about $13.50, including an audio guide. Go to www.museodelcorso.it.
Susan SpanoLos Angeles Times Staff Writer
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