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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome
(3.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Nothing special. Suitable to shelter when it rains, but further waste of your time. We could not find the Villa!
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  • I went to see the exhibition on "Ettore Scola" to the Nice Museum, the exhibition is very interesting and BELOTTI to see it well it takes about an hour ... the Museum you can also see the beautiful nymphaeum and the works of De Chirico.Il Museum is located in Villa Borghese (from piazzale Flaminio you can go walk about 20 minutes) or you can take any bus that goes inside the Villa Borghese. Before you go watch hours of operation!!!
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  • After numerous Italian museums of modern art, the name of the artist Giorgio de Chirico is no longer empty, his works and self-portraits are easily recognizable, you are inspired to them some warm sympathy. In the private Museum of the Carlo Bilotti Museum paintings de Chirico a lot, but there are no visitors at all. Visiting the Museum gave us only positive emotions.
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  • This is a place not to be overlooked as it often has free exhibitions. Like the recent one about Ettore Scola, one of Italys most important film director.
  • Maybe museum is great but I didn't manage to get there and see myself and I searched a lot... They need to make better signs in Rome generally...
  • A so-so permanent collection, but varied and interesting temporary ones when we were there. Admission is free, so it's worth dropping in to see what they have.
  • Bellimo ricoedare. located in villa borghese. Very elegant and well cared for in a central location
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  • A free Museum where you can admire the works of De Chirico! What else to add?
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