Historic building in Rome, overlooking Piazza del Parlamento and Piazza di Monte Citorio. The Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic is located here. Commissioned by Pope Innocent X to Bernini, the palace as we see it is the result of the work of Fontana, who succeeded Bernini. And other architects who over time modified some aspects especially in the facade. The origin of the name is uncertain, but the prevailing tradition is that linked to the probable Latin name of the place ''monscitarius'', where the electoral rallies of the time are believed to have taken place. It houses numerous works of art from the 17th and 19th centuries.