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Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome

Categories: Architectural Buildings, History Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
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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...  read 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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  • As one of the Capitoline museums, watching ago the City Hall is the building on the right side of the Campidoglio square. And the entrance of the Museum of fine arts, exit to Shingu on the other side. "Capitolio male Wolf" and "Medusa" exhibited in this museum. Not very crowded in the summer vacansseason.
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  • 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.
  • One of the finest museums in Rome with a great collection of paintings and sculptures. Set apart half a day to see all the pieces. Get a free entry with the Roma pass!
  • Came here for the masterpieces. Much less crowded than other museums especially in Paris. You could take time to enjoy the artwork.
  • Yes, yes, and yes. I'm not sure if I would recommend visiting the museum on the same day as the forum, colloseum, and palatine hill, but if you like history then you need to visit. I went on a Monday afternoon, plenty of space and not a lot of people. There are amazing statues from the Roman world that you need to see!
  • The exterior of this museum is incredible. Approaching it invites the imagination and caused me to think what it would have been like to walk in the Roman forum in its former glory.
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