Palazzo di Giustiza in Rome, Italy.
This is our Supreme Court of Justice & Appeals, built in 1888 by Guglielmo Calderini.
For many visitors to Rome, this building is a tourist attraction.
However in Rome, we refer to it as Il Palazzaccio (the Big, Ugly Palace) because of its harsh architectural lines and excessive decoration. The building is so heavy that each year it sinks further into the ground.
Palazzo di Giustizia is on the National Monument Register of Italy and is heritage listed.