The Quirinal Palace stands tall on the eponymous hill, one of the oldest in Rome. It was once the summer residence of the Popes, then the residence of the House of Savoy, and today serves as the residence of the President of the Republic. The Papal Stables, which once housed horses, now host exhibitions and works of art. Frescoed halls, tapestries, and furniture narrate centuries of history. Raphael's "The Parnassus," a masterpiece bridging the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, captivates visitors.