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Museo Napoleonico, Rome

(4.1/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • Intimate Museum, filled with small and big surprises, all on one floor, completely free. What's missing? A genealogical map for itself in the tangle of relationships, a Chair to rest (you can only input/output in the vestibule of the Museum: too late or too early). Note for wheelchairs so there's a step at the entrance of the Museum.
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  • A small museum in the center of Rome with free admission is dedicated to Napoleonic Memorabilia, mostly stemming from the collection of Count Giuseppe Primoli, descended from the Bonaparte family ... I highly recommend it
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  • This small museum is in a wonderful location, very close to piazza Navona, palazzo Altemps and other wonders of the eternal city. Looks almost along the Tiber, opposite the famous "palazzaccio" (the courthouse) located on the opposite bank of the river. Yes, there is much more to see even more important, but this museum speaks of characters (the Bonaparte family) whose fortunes are often closely intertwined in the life of the eternal city and of Italy in General. and can be a nice diversion. There are paintings that are certainly not masterpieces but give us an idea of the taste of an era, beautiful pieces of furniture of exquisite workmanship and you can travel pleasantly the story of Napoleon and especially his family. There are rooms devoted to Napoleon III and the Empress Eugénie, the brothers Joseph and John, her sister Paolina and other important family members. Costumes, furnishings, enamelled and wax, candelabras, centerpieces. Now you are adding even a small exhibition devoted to the art of Roman micromosaic from the 18th and 19th centuries: works of precious manufacturing definitely worth seeing. The exhibition is not permanent: has been extended but I cannot say until when. There's no audio but every room has a card to read available visitstori.
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  • A small museum, priotkryvajushhij the private life of Napoleon and his family, most of whom lived in Rome. In the Interior you can see furniture, paintings, household items, clothing of the imperial family. Audio guides cost € 4. Open every day from 9:00 to 18:00. The Museum is housed in the Palace of the Primoli. And on the third floor of the building is the National Gallery of modern art, where you can see antique furniture, paintings, bronze, miniatures and silver 18 century. A separate ticket.
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  • Museum on Napoleon with large rooms very nice and comfortable, you visit for free recommend because often hosts other exhibitions
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  • 這是一個迷人的小博物館,我們在羅馬的最後一天來這裏参觀了一小會(在我們早就看過其它所有重要的景點)。這裡是免費的,裏面所有的房間都很漂亮,都是獻給拿破侖和他的家人的。我認為來這裏短暫得参觀下是值得的。
  • Interesting and free
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