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.
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L'attuale esposizione sul Canaletto (Antonio Canal) al primo piano del Museo è ben curata ed interessante: consigliabile visitarla