The building dates back Middle ages , and was constructed directly upon the Pompeo Theater, the first and largest stone built amphitheater raised in ancient Rome. Today the theater is not any more visible, as the Coliseum. However the squares form resembles exactly the ancient theater’s shape underground. One of it’s original columns is still visible today at the buildings coner.
The squares acquires its name from the Satiri statues that used to adorn the Pompeo Theater, some statues can be visited at the Capitolini Museum and at Louvre. On the buildings front you can admire a typical roman fountain, called as well nasone, with the inscription S.P.Q.R (from Latin acronym Senatus populasque romanus). As well a painting on the building’s façade of the Madonna with the child in a window frame as in an open sky museum. Also, leading to the apartment a gracious spiral staircase, in proportion.