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    National Roman Museum

    Discobolo - Palazzo massimo alle terme

    Le Discobole

    In italian : Museo Nazionale Romano

    Home to the largest archaeological collection in the world, the National Roman Museum is distributed over four sites, the largest of which is the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

    In the latter are preserved frescoes of Roman villas, replaced in their original configuration, as the Villa Farnesina or the House of Livia.Beautiful sculptures and statues are housed there, like a discus thrower, a hermaphrodite or two Greek bronze statues.The ground floor is dedicated to sculptures dating from antiquity to the republic and the Julio-Claudian dynasty.

    The works of the first floor go from to the imperial period until late antiquity, they consist mainly of statues and some sarcophagi.

    On the second floor are reconstructed rooms of Roman villas with frescoes and mosaics.

    In the basement is preserved the largest numismatic collection in Italy, which belonged to King Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy.

    The Baths of Diocletian are also home to many works, including sarcophagi, stelae and a wide epigraphic section, and a section on prehistory and the peoples of the region.

    Part of the museum is devoted to prehistoric peoples of the region of Rome and Italy.

    The design of its large cloister is attributed to Michelangelo.

    In one of the ancient antique halls, a family tomb and a columbarium were installed.

    Altemps Palace houses important ancient sculptures from the collections of large families like the Ludovisi, Mattei and the Altemps.

    The Crypta Baldi, the smallest of the four sites, holds a medieval collection.It is of particular interest for the archaeological strata of Rome on the site of the crypt itself.

     

    Informations, access and timetable

    Museo Nazionale Romano

    Via E. de Nicola, 79

    Websitehttp://www.museonazionaleromano.beniculturali.it/

    Reservations : phone +39.06.39967700 (from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 to 13:30 and from 14:30 to 17:00)

    Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

    Largo di Villa Peretti, Rome

    Baths of Diocletian

    Viale Enrico De Nicola 79, Rome

    Palazzo Altemps

    Piazza di Sant’Apollinare 46, Rome

    Cripta Baldi

    Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, Rome

    Opening time: Open every day from 9:00 to 19:45. Closed on Monday (but the Monday of Easter and during the Week of the Culture). Closed on the 1st of January and the 25th of December.

    The ticket office closes at 18:45.

    Ticket and Pricing: The single ticket is valid for 3 days for a single entry to each of the 4 sites the National Roman Museum: Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi and Diocletian Bath.

    Full price: 8,00 € (+ 3 € about if there is an exposure), reduced price: 3,50 € (on 09.10.2016)

     

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    Musée National Romain - Palazzo massimo

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    Musée National Romain - Palazzo massimo 41.901191, 12.499180 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 41.904283, 12.498371 Musée National Romain Thermes de Dioclétien Viale Enrico De Nicola 79, Roma
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    Palazzo Altemps

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    Palazzo Altemps 41.901244, 12.472865 Musée National Romain Palazzo Altemps Piazza di Sant\'Apollinare 46, Roma
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    Cripta Baldi

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    Cripta Baldi 41.894885, 12.478374 Musée National Romain Crypte Baldi Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, Roma




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