Barracco Museum Farnesina ai Baullari, Rome
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Un museo gratuito che non ha nulla da invidiare a musei a pagamento. Ottima la parte egizia con maschere funerarie, sarcofagi e sfingi. Molto interessante anche la parte Romana con le copie in marmo d... read more »A free museum that has nothing to envy to museums in payment. Great part of Egypt with death masks, sarcophagi and Sphinxes. Very interesting also the Roman marble copies of some famous bronzes of the golden era of Hellenistic culture.show original
Da vedere, non capisco perché non rientri tra i circuiti turistici "classici", è centrale, interessante, ben tenuto, GRATUITO e il palazzo è bellissimo! Un concentrato di arte egizia, greca, romana e ... read more »See, I don't understand why does not fall between the "classical" tourist routes is central, interesting, well maintained, and the Palace is beautiful! A mixture of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and othershow original
Si tratta di un piccolo museo, frutto di una donazione, quindi i materiali esposti riflettono lo spirito e i gusti di un privato. Situato in un palazzo bellissimo a pochi passi dai luoghi fondamentali... read more »This is a small museum, the result of a donation, then the materials on display reflect the spirit and taste of an individual. Located in a beautiful building just steps from the historic centre of Rome, in the fundamental between piazza navona and campo dei fiori, the collection divided on two floors for great art-historical periods, from prehistory to late Antiquity. There are precious pieces from Palmira and with the events of recent years we are grateful that these beautiful sculptures can be safe in this museum. The staff is aware of its role and beauty that surrounds them. The pieces are breath-taking beauty and also very important, because for example there are gathered the heads of the Greek philosophers or Etruscan pieces, of the Middle East ... I found Nice signs and captions. Not pushy, not too long and unnecessarily (which in the end does not read none). Some are also in braille. The captions accompanying the showcases are readable and clear, a rarity. The Museum is free admission and I understand that if you pay would desert. I hope that in the future there's so many people you can put even a modest ticket. This is a little slice of heaven that does make peace with Rome, wonderful city but too tiring.show original
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.
Patrick JourdanFree Museum in the limited hours from 10: 00 to 16: 00. Of beautiful statues are exposed, a rather provided for this small museum collection. If you're in the neighborhood and you do not know what to do in the time coming, feel free to stop you.show original
Andrea FernandezIt is a small museum, see the whole 20 minutes maximum. It is not more visit it because it's free.show original
Paolo de gregorioOne of the minor but sparkling jewels of Rome: a small but complete collection, able to represent in a few chosen pieces, all civilizations of the Mediterranean basin and the Near East. To see.show original
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