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The EUR (acronym of “ESPOSIZIONE UNIVERSALE DI ROMA”), commissioned in the 1930s to exhibit rationalist architecture, is today a growing commercial suburb. The district, situated on the south west side of the city intended as an urban extension towards the sea, however includes several other examples of this architecture: Palazzo dei Ricevimenti and dei Congressi, the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Guglielmo Marconi obelisk, the Museum of Roman Civilization, the Luigi Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography as well as many others. Today, Eur is not only a district overfull of public and private offices, but has also turned into a well-connected and lively residential area.
A masterpiece of flexibility. A variety of spaces ready for any event. The Palazzo dei Congressi is one of the most celebrated and representative examples of rationalist architecture. Designed by the architect Adalberto Libera, it is the ideal location to host any type of event. Its large and versatile spaces allow for the rearrangement and tailoring of areas according to any customer need. The halls, unique for the spectacular beauty of their marble that blends modernity with tradition, offer endless solutions for fairs, conventions, conferences and exhibitions. From the expositions of new inventors, to the International Medical Congress, and the exhibition of collectible stamps, or the concert of the Chemical Brothers, every event finds a perfect venue here.