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Consider spending 2-3 hours in the Musei Capitolini, the most ancient and probably best positioned museum in the world, where you will get a true scent of Roman history spanning 20 centuries. Among the other City museums of Rome, Palazzo Massimo and Palazzo Altemps are definitely worth a visit if…
Located on Capitoline Hill, the Capitoline Museums are considered the oldest museum in the world.
The Capitoline Museums are the main municipal civic museum in Rome, with an exhibition area of 12,977 m². Opened to the public in 1734, under Pope Clement XII, they are considered the first museum in the world, intended as a place where art could be enjoyed by everyone and not just by the owners…
The "Capitoline Museums" constitute the main municipal civic museum of Rome, part of the Museums System of Roma Capitale. Opened to the public in 1734, under Pope Clement XII, they are considered the first museum in the world, intended as a place where art could be enjoyed by everyone and not just…
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