- For the funeral of the former President the six members of the Carabinieri, who carry the coffin, belong to the special branch of the Corazzieri.
- Painting of Emanuele Ne Vunda, ambassador from Alvaro II to Pope Paul V in 1604 1608, Sala dei Corazzieri, Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome, 1615 1616.
- The standard is kept in the custody of the Commander of the Reggimento Corazzieri of the Arma dei Carabinieri, along with the war flag ( assigned to Regiment in 1878)
- A painting of Emanuele Ne Vunda is visible in the Sala dei Corazzieri, Palazzo del Quirinale in Rome, next to a painting depicting the 1615 embassy of Hasekura Tsunenaga from Japan.
- In the following year, Lanfranco together with Agostino Tassi and Carlo Saraceni decorated the " Sala de'Corazzieri " and " Sala Regia " of the Palazzo del Quirinale.
- It's difficult to find corazzieri in a sentence. 用corazzieri造句挺難的
- The President is at the Quirinal Palace, surrounded by, instead of the presidential guard of honour ( the " corazzieri " ), by giant bottles of Nebbiolo wine, which Einaudi actually produced in his land in Dogliani.
- In 1950, monarchist satirical magazine " Candido " published a cartoon in which Einaudi is at the Quirinal Palace, surrounded by a presidential guard of honour ( the " corazzieri " ) of giant bottles of Nebbiolo wine, each labeled with the institutional logo.
- The most important of these celebrations is that at the Sala del Tricolore ( " Room of the tricolour " ) in the commune palace of Reggio Emilia, and a solemn changing of the guard at the Quirinal Palace in Rome, followed by a parade of the Corazzieri and a brass band fanfare by the Carabinieri Cavalry Regiment.
- The parade begins when the Corazzieri Squadron of the Carabinieri arrives, either mounted or dismounted, at the Presidential grandstand at the Via dei Fori Imperiali with the President of Italy, and the honors are paid via the Italian Army Band or the mounted band of the 4th Carabineri Cavalry Regiment playing the first stanza of Il Canto degli Italiani, after which the squadron departs.
- By the end of the 19th century, the German and Russian cuirassiers used the breastplates only as part of their peacetime parade dress, but the French regiments still wore the cuirass ( with a cloth cover ) and plumed helmet on active service during the first weeks of World War I . Amongst ceremonial units the Spanish " Escolta Real " ( Royal Escort ) Squadron, the Argentinian Presidential Bodyguard, and the Italian Cuirassier ( " Corazzieri " ) Corps all wore cuirasses as part of their mounted full dress during the early years of the 20th century.