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L. Pigorini Museum

Tour of “Pigorini” museum The tour of the L. Pigorini Museum, also known as National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography of Rome, begins in the district EUR, designed for the Universal Exhibition of Rome, which was to take place in 1942 to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the fascist march on Rome in 1922, the […]

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Palazzo Massimo

Palazzo Massimo and the National Roman Museum One of the headquarters of the National Roman Museum, a treasure trove of artifacts of ancient Rome, is located in Palazzo Massimo, just a few steps form Termini Station. Palazzo Massimo is a neoclassical building, class=”s1″>built between 1883 and 1887, for the Jesuit Father Massimiliano Massimo, and was […]

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Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

Tour of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj The tour of the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj begins in the heart of Rome, from the Via del Corso, a few hundred meters from Piazza Venezia. The building that we will visit dates back to Giovanni Fazio Sanctorius (or Santoro), cardinal of Santa Sabina, who between 1505 and 1507 built a […]

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Palazzo Barberini

Tour of Palazzo Barberini and National Gallery of Rome Take a look to our tour to Palazzo Barberini and to the National Gallery of Ancient Art of Rome! Tour of Palazzo Barberini The tour starts at Palazzo Barberini (in english, Barberini Palace), built for the Cardinal Maffeo Barberini, who became pontiff in 1623 with the […]

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Palazzo Altemps and the National Roman Museum

Tour of Palazzo Altemps and the National Roman Museum The tour of Palazzo Altemps, which take his name from the cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, will take the visitors to the exhibition of antiquarian collections of the National Roman Museum statuary. In fact, during the Palazzo Altemps and National Roman Museum tour, we will admire the […]

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National Museum of Musical Instruments

National Museum of Musical Instruments More than 150000 items from different historical periods! The tour of the National Museum of Musical Instruments starts at Palazzina Samoggia the current exhibition venue, the former “Prince of Piedmont” barracks , next to the church of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, an area rich in important archaeological sites of ancient […]

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National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions

Tour of the National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions of Rome The National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions is housed inside the Palace of Popular Traditions: it was inaugurated in 1956 but its origin goes back to 1911, when the Exhibition of Italian Ethnography, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy, […]

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MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts

Tour of the MAXXI museum in Rome The MAXXI museum is the National Museum of the 21st Century Arts. It’s the first Italian museum, inaugurated in 2010, completely dedicate to contemporary Arts. The MAXXI Rome was designed form the anglo-iranian architect Zaha Hadid. His project has been chosen among 273 projects from all over the […]

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MACRO – Rome Museum of Contemporary Art

Tour of the museum MACRO Take a tour to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, in both the headquarters of Via Nizza and Testaccio! MACRO museum in via Nizza The tour to the MACRO museum of Rome, acronym for Museum of Contemporary Art, usually begins in the headquarter of via Nizza, in the Salario […]

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GNAM – National Gallery of Modern Art

GNAM Rome – Tour of the National Gallery of Modern Art The National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome, also known by the acronym GNAM, is the largest collection of Italian contemporary art and has over 4,400 works of painting and sculpture and about 13,000 drawings and prints by artists – mostly Italian – from […]

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