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Mitreo di Palazzo Barberini, Rome

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  • The 2nd floor and half the ground floor were closed. Still 7€ entrance fee. The paintings were nice, but the atmosphere was disappointing. Staff was bored to the bone, toilets very luxurious but witho...  more »
  • The audio tour is a must to appreciate the intricacy of the art within this Palazzo. Listening to the explanations on the various Bernini Portrats of Barberini as well as the paintings especially by R...  more »
  • We stumbled info this Palazzo by chance. The staircases of Bernini and Boromini are very special. The collection of 15 th and 16th century painters is amazing. The beautifull ceilings are also one of ...  more »
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  • In 1936 the family Savorgnan de Brazza buy Urbano Barberini a portion of the gardens of the Palace, to erect their dwelling, designed by Pang in classical forms, now the Officers in the ruins was found an important mithraeum very frescoed Anita and Valentina have organized a wonderful visit to shrine Valentina has shown the the frescoes emphasizing the disturbing points of contact with Christianity : baptism of mithraic Sun, Halo, Trinity, ascent to heaven of Mithras after 33 years and more all-site, additionally frescoed the mithraism mystery religion and saving a very disturbing, since the condition and mithraism and a much older Eastern religion of Christianity, which arrives in Rome around the first century AD the Mithraeum or, rather, the building housing the mithraeum, was originally much larger, but other parts were not dug I would highly recommend the visit, it is necessary to book
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