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#5 of 219 Museums in Rome
One of my favourite museums in Rome, particularly the top floor is worth some time and energy it holds the most stunning roman frescos and floor mosaics and the partial reconstruction of two roman villas, I partic...
This museum is undeservedly less famed and visited than The Vatican or The Capitoline Museums, although it contains incredible masterpieces that feature in every Roman art textbook.
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#17 of 219 Museums in Rome
There is so much to see - Diocletian's vast bath complex, huge halls, gardens, archaeological museums, the later cloister of the Charterhouse of the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli dei Martiri.
... has actually courtyards of statues, exhibitions and artifacts dating back to the time of the Romans, this is definitely as worth it as any other of the major museums and I highly recommend you visit this place.
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#25 of 219 Museums in Rome
It was a refreshing change from all of the crowds in other museums and it was pleasant to make a leisurely stroll through the museum.
After visiting the ridiculously crowded Vatican museums (on a guided, early bird tour) the day before, we stumbled across this beautiful palazzo (still under some renovation with scaffolding at top floor), nearly...
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#56 of 219 Museums in Rome
I love museums about European history and this really was worth visiting.
After seeing the movie "The Scarlet and the Black" which features the activities of the Italian resistance during WWII, this small museum is a sobering but fascinating place to visit.
#74 of 219 Museums in Rome
I'm not sure why my Rick Steves guide to Rome didn't mention this museum.
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#115 of 219 Museums in Rome
Plus, we were lucky enough to catch a madrigal concert at the museum utilizing the tiorba and cembala.
#144 of 219 Museums in Rome
Great museum kept by Italian army.Museum is dedicated to WW1 period mostly.Needs passport to visit.Army personel in the museum took fotos of guests,which i keep weird.I guess it is for security reasons.
Interesting war museum