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Museo Napoleonico, Rome

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  • In front of the Palace of Justice beyond the Tiber this small but well presented Museum has the double advantage of being free and provide interesting trivia thanks to the numerous memorabilia fruit of intense reports that Napoleonidi had with Rome (but not Napoleon that in Rome there set never foot due to the defeat of Russia). By the brothers of Napoleon until the last descendants included obviously count Giuseppe Primoli, who donated the building and its collection in 1927 to the city of Rome.
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  • It has a wide variety of souvenirs and objects Napoleón Bonaparte and his large family. The origin of the Museum dates back to 1927 when Count Giuseppe Primoli (1851-1927), son of count Pietro Primoli and Princess Carlota Bonaparte, donated an important collection of Napoleonic art works to the city of Rome. I recommend it because you do not take long and he is curious to see the various objects of different nature than in the are.
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  • A very interesting visit that allows change of the historical classical themes to visit Rome (Roman-impregnated, Etruscans, Christianity, etc). It is not a large Museum and is comfortable to visit, see and give an idea of life in the environment of Napoleon, with clothing, furniture and objects of daily life Napoleon. Visit of one hour or hour and half comfortable. This front to Castel Santangelo crossing the bridge.
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  • Very nice museum in Rome. It is free, not overcrowded, and has a special vibe which made me like the whole place as soon as I stepped in. There's a lot to see and surely it is a greater experience for ppl who know more or more into Napoleonic things. There's quiet there, ppl are not shouting like they do literally everywhere else.
  • It was free and very interesting. Might aswell go in and enjoy..
  • Small but interesting. There are quite a few Napoelonic items and a lot of great paintings.
  • A small museum, free to enter giving a view of the Bonaparte family in Rome from 1800 on. Room guides are available in italian; English and French.
  • Worth a visit just to see the portrait of Nicholas Cage
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