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10 Jul 2019
An astonishing museum overlooking Piazza Navona. It is surprisingly relatively empty of tourists which is very special for a city so packed with tourists.
Palazzo Braschi - Museum of Rome
Samy,  Israel Israel
23 Aug 2022
Very good
Palazzo Braschi - Museum of Rome Entrance
11 Jul 2016
Hassle free experience, amazing!
Palazzo Braschi - Museum of Rome

About: Palazzo Braschi

Situated in the heart of historic Rome overlooking the exquisite Piazza Navona, Palazzo Braschi is a real treat for lovers of history and art. This neoclassical delight, originally built in the late 18th century for the nephew of Pope Pius VI, is now owned by the City of Rome and houses the hugely impressive Museum of Rome.

The collection comprises more than 100,000 works of arts and crafts and is the most important of its kind in the Eternal City. This museum is wheelchair accessible.

Palazzo Braschi - Museum of Rome
Tuesday 10:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 19:00
Thursday 10:00 - 19:00
Friday 10:00 - 19:00
Saturday 10:00 - 19:00
Sunday 10:00 - 19:00
Monday Closed
Palazzo Braschi
10,Piazza di San Pantaleo, 00186, Rome
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The Colosseum is a massive ancient amphitheater in the center of Rome. Picked apart by scavengers and ravaged by earthquakes and time, the Colosseum still stands as an impressive symbol of life in Ancient Rome. It showcases the power of past emperors and the durability of the Eternal City. This huge, marble and limestone structure was built to hold more than 50,000 spectators, all there to revel in the various forms of (mostly violent) entertainment, such as hunts, gladiator battles, and executions.
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Built between 1609 and 1613, this opulent structure - fountains, gardens, pink marble walls, frescoed ceilings - seems ideally suited to house one of the world's best collections of art. And that was exactly what it was built for. Architect Flaminio Ponzio designed it for the cardinal and art collector Scipione Borghese, who wanted a party villa on the edge of town where he could house his enormous collection of priceless art. In 1901, the collection (and the gallery, and the park that surrounds it) was acquired by the Italian government, and opened to the public. As a museum, Galleria Borghese punches well above its weight with an impressive hit rate of masterpieces. Sculptures by Bernini and Canova, paintings, by Caravaggio, Raphael and Titian... the list goes on.
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Just between Piazza Navona and the Tiber River, Palazzo Altemps is a beautiful late-15th-century palazzo. Now one of the branches of the National Roman Museum, it was originally built for Girolamo Riario, a nephew of Pope Sixtus IV (who was a keen practitioner of nepotism). The building changed hands a number of times throughout the centuries, before being gifted to the Italian State in 1982. It then underwent 15 years of restoration work, and was inaugurated as a museum in 1997.
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