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Palazzo Braschi, Rome

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  • Such a tiny museum. I was highly disappointed. It was basically just a tiny art gallery with nothing really of any interest. It's also terribly laid out and you repeatedly have to walk back along the ...  more »
  • We passed the Museo di Roma randomly as we were strolling the city, right around opening time. This proved to be very lucky as we appeared to have the entire museum to ourselves. The museum is laid ou...  more »
  • Absoulutely awful museum. Only paintings and sculptures - and bad ones at that. You can see more roman artifacts in a public toilet. The best thing was looking out of the window. If I could give 0 sta...  more »
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  • The museum ticket was quite expensive compared to other major museums in Rome, but it still worths a visit if you have spare time. Unlike those famous ones with stunning collections of world-renowned masterpieces, this museum simply presents the history of Rome as a city -- from ancient to modern, from river to land, from alley to avenue, from harbour to church. It was no means magnificent but rather harmonious and gives you a feeling of walking besides a history not written by great minds but rather by every common Roman that ever lived on this soil.
  • An interesting little museum at the end of the plaza.
  • The Museum of Rome is located in Piazza S. Pantaleo, 10 in Palazzo Braschi, the ward building in Rome Parione between Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Piazza Navona, also entered from Piazza Navona where there is a nice cafe for refreshments during the visits to the city.
  • Main museum exhibits were closed so we were only able to view a temporary exhibition of lithographs by Antoine Jean-Baptiste depicting a year in Rome produced between 1817-1818.
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