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Barracco Museum Farnesina ai Baullari, Rome
(4.6/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • Little gem between Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona; the Palace was built by a French prelate in the 16th century and is very pretty. The Museum is based almost exclusively on the large collection of archaeological finds made by Senator rich Calabrian who donated it to the city of Rome. The Museum is free (too bad a small contribution would be necessary), the many exhibits by period and population, one gets an idea of the treasures that the antiquity has left us. In the basement there is a Roman insula, but cannot be visited due to lack of funds ... what a pity!
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  • We came across this small museum while exploring the area around Piazza Navona. It wasn't on our list of things to do but it was free, quiet and an interesting little place. There are other museums I ...  more »
  • As always happened in Italy the best things are born from the commitment and passion of individual personalities and certainly not by public institutions. In this case, besides the wealth are considered the deep culture and the important political role that this Scion of a family of great landowners held in Rome at the time of the unit. The result is a collection of antique statuary where are the dimensions that you will find, but a wide variety of exhibits from different backgrounds and always with special features, chosen by the collector on the basis of market opportunities and its refined good taste. There are Sumerian and Egyptian artefacts, Roman, but also obviously Cypriot backgrounds and even from Palmyra. Only drawback, but it's not the fault of Giovanni Barracco closes at 16 with free admission.
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  • I went to this museum at field trip and it was amazing! I hope you also enjoy the Sumerian exhibition at the museo barrac... plus I hope you enjoy the Rome exhibit too. Thank you.
  • Little gem. Courteous staff. Maybe a little chaotic in the show and simply serves as an exhibitor. But it is not chaotic.
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  • A treasure trove ... small but very interesting! Free entrance, situated near Campo de ' fiori. not to be missed!
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  • I find the history of this very interesting collection, it is worthwhile to spend a morning to visit.
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  • 这个博物馆是个小珍宝,而且完全免费。博物馆里有很多漂亮的宫殿,主要是关于埃及、希腊、伊特鲁里亚和罗马的艺术。展览有意大利语和英语描述。其他博物馆很多人,我们今天是和其他两个人还有一个导游一起来参观这间博物馆的。非常喜欢古代雕刻,非常近距离地观看,不拥挤。