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    Great Museums of Rome

    Archaeology, modern art, paintings and sculptures from all periods, choice and quality of works of art are not lacking in the Eternal City.

    Chapelle Sixtine - Musées du Vatican

    Chapelle Sixtine – Musées du Vatican

    The Vatican Museums

    With the famous Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museum is the most important museum in Italy by its richness, diversity and size. It houses works from all periods: from antiquity, Egyptian art, modern, religious art.All this in magnificent palaces, some rooms have frescoes by Raphael, the tourist highlight is the famous Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangeloread more

     

    Louve au Musée du Capitole

    Louve au Musée du Capitole

    Capitoline Museums

    On the hill historically considered the center of the ancient city, the important Capitoline Museums retain many works and objects of antiquity, mainly sculptures but also sarcophagi and sculptures of the Renaissance.For example it has the famous wolf breastfeeding Romulus and Remus and the Medusa by Bernini.The part of the Palazzo dei Conservatori is enriched with a valuable art gallery with paintings by masters such as Titian, Caravaggio, and Veronese. Read more

     

    Galerie Borghese

    Galerie Borghese

    Borghese Gallery

    The Borghese Gallery has three collections, with the most famous being the baroque sculptures and Renaissance paintings, including by Caravaggio, along with neo-classical and ancient sculptures.Among these are the wonders sculpted by Bernini.
    Its other collections aer of Modern art with, for example, Goya, Renoir, Van Gogh, Rubens or Cranach, and the art of the Etruscans. read more

     

    Musée National Romain

    Villa de Livie au Musée National Romain

    National Roman Museum

    Created in 1889 for the conservation of the Vestiges of ancient Rome, the National Roman Museum houses the largest archaeological collection in the world, visible in several sites.The headquarters of the museum is Palazzo Massimo, which preserves wonderful ancient sculptures and especially the frescoes of ancient Roman houses in many fully reconstructed rooms.
    Beautiful antique sculptures are to be discovered at the Palazzo Altemps, while the Baths of Diocletian house the largest epigraphic collection of the world but also has stelae and sarcophagi, as well as sections on prehistory.The smallest of the museum sites, the Crypta Baldi retains a medieval collection, and above it are highlighted the archaeological strata of Rome… read more

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    Grands musées de Rome

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    Musées du Vatican: 41.906875, 12.452572
    Musées du Capitole: 41.893053, 12.483366
    Galerie Borghese: 41.914051, 12.492040
    Musée National Romain - Palazzo massimo: 41.901191, 12.499180
    Musée National Romain, Thermes de Dioclétien: 41.904283, 12.498371
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    Musées du Vatican
    Musées du Vatican
    Musées du Vatican
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    Musées du Capitole
    Musées du Capitole
    Musées du Capitole
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    Galerie Borghese
    Galerie Borghese
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    Musée National Romain - Palazzo massimo
    Musée National Romain : Hermaphrodite
    Musée National Romain
    Palazzo Massimo alle Terme
    Largo di Villa Peretti, Roma
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    Musée National Romain, Thermes de Dioclétien
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    Musée National Romain
    Thermes de Dioclétien
    Viale Enrico De Nicola 79, Roma

    Viale Enrico de Nicola, 79, Roma, RM, Italia

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