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Museo Napoleonico, Rome
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  • Stumbled upon this wonderful museum on the way to another tourist site and was delighted to visit. The building itself is very beautiful, I believe was owned by a relative of the Bonaparte family. The...  more »
  • To my surprise this exhibition of the personal artefacts collected by Count Giuseppe Primoli, the great-grandson of Joseph and of Lucien Bonaparte is free. Most of the artefacts, furnishings,sculputur...  more »
  • There are so many treasures in Rome that you overlook the interesting fact that for us Romans are of extraordinary treasures "goodies" for foreigners. Count Primoli, descended maternally from Lucien Bonaparte, in 1927 he left for the city of Rome the first floor of his palace on the lungotere, recently renovated after the construction of the walls. In those circles Primoli had assembled a series of Napoleonic Memorabilia, related primarily to the "Roman" branch of the family. And today you can admire both the apartment details and beautiful paintings, furniture and objects of the nineteenth century, including some plaster casts that Canova had performed on the body of Pauline Borghese when immortalized in that beautiful sculpture, pride of the Borghese Museum.
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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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