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Museum of Roman Civilization, Rome

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.1/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Probably still go here is worth those who vividly interested in the history of Rome and has already visited all the major ancient sights in the Centre, including forums, arches, Roman baths, the Colosseum and other theatres and circuses. Because here you can find some quintessential succinctly and in one place. Copy of Trajan's column in the cut shakes, as well as the famous model of ancient Rome. The past few months the Museum restoration and rumor has it that he will move to a new location.
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  • Museum of Roman civilization is in the modern quarter of European exhibitions. The Museum is dedicated to ancient Rome: here assembled copies of frescos and mosaics, casts of triumphal arches, sarcophagi, replica statues of emperors. Trajan's column Hall is the only opportunity to consider all column entirely. Completes the exposition of Rome's layout 1:250. He's great and allows you to personally submit the entire ancient Rome!
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  • Heard a lot about the Museum. Came, but turned out to be closed. The front façade is not repaired for a long time. In fairness, it is worth noting that appearance gives the impression as if visited in the Third Reich.
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  • Wonderful absoultly very ingaging!
  • Nice example of italian architecture and hilarious as a museum, because it contains only replicas and models.
  • Nice museum. But they started closing almost half an hour before closing time. I had to gotten of 10 minutes before closing time. Very rude with tourists.
  • I love the museum of roman civilization
  • This museum isn't mentioned to often in books about Rome, but it is worth a trip.
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