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Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
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  • The elegant building of the first public museum in the world. Designed by Mikeljandzhelo has unusual pilasters with a height of 2 storeys. This new order conjured up by a great artist. Many times, a record it repeated in thousands of buildings seems painfully familiar, and not casual, same on Leninsky station in Moscow.
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  • Entrance area for the excellent Museum Capitolini. Connects the museum buildings. We came from the Circus Maximus, taking the backstreets with a gradual climb up the hill, enjoying peeks into the Roma...  more »
  • The name is that of one of the city's elected magistracies. It was erected by Michelangelo in 1563. The façade has a porch with a crowning balustrades and statues.
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  • Superb collection and excellent curation with professional lighting design that allows the viewer to fully appreciate the artworks- a rarity in Italian museums.
  • Incredible museum and a "must" to even begin to soak in the span of Roman history. A one day visit will provide a good overview, but many trips are necessary to begin to comprehend the arc of history. As with most Italian museums, I'd recommend ponying-up and paying for an audio guide. Especially if your Italian is as bad as mine.
  • Incredibly rich museum. Poor labeling/signage. Not as crowded as the other city attractions, but surely as precious as those.
  • Considering the significant works that call the Capitolini home and the significant history behind this museum, entrance and purchase of tickets is relatively fuss free. My family had not placed this museum down as a 'must see' but I am very glad we did end up going. Even before you step into the museum, there's the Piazza del Campidoglio designed by Michelangelo at the front of the museum that's very lovely. I particularly liked the Capitoline Hill cordonata leading from Via del Teatro di Marcello to Piazza del Campidoglio. As for the museum itself, it is huge, with multiple floors and wings to walk through. Remember to take a map to guide you through the museum to see items of significant or interest. There are so many statues and collections of Renaissance Art housed here! Three big highlights include the absolutely ginormous statue of Marcus Aurelius riding a horse, the bronze statue of the she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus, and the parts of what must have been a gargantuan statue of the Emperor Constatine, where you can see portions of the incredibly carved in the museum's courtyard.
  • A museum full of world class treasures and well worth a visit or two