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City: Rome
Description: The Collegio Romano was a college of the Jesuite order. Many popes, cardinals and bishops were educated here. Since 1870 it is a secular (non-monastic) school. The coat of arms on the doorway is that of Pope Gregor XIII. Boncompagni (1572-1585). The tower was erected in 1787 and served as observatory. Until 1925 all cloocks in Rome followed the signal of the Collegio Romano.


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