Quirinale, secret (and nocturnal) meetings at Giuliano Amato’s Treccani

The service car moves slowly along the cobblestones, the flashing light strictly off, the windows seriously darkened, and then approaches number 4 in piazza della Enciclopedia italiana, a 16th century Roman palace that belonged to the Mattei family, Paganica branch, home to the prestigious Treccani institute .

It is evening, the orange lights illuminate the void. The right door opens, almost touching the marble portal.

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