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Palazzo Nuovo, Rome
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  • The name of the building wants to point out that it faces that Senatorio and conservatives, Renaissance palaces to close the prestigious quinta of Piazza del Campidoglio. His first sketch dates to the papacy of Clement VIII in 1603, who entrusted the work to the architect of the Roman people, but admirable Rainaldi, was completed over two centuries. In 1734 he became the world's first public Museum at the behest of Pope Clement XII Corsini. To enjoy works of art kept here leads to the courtyard, where a statue of Marforio (transformation of locus to find Mars forum). The Palace houses extremely interesting classical works, such as the Group of bronze statues, one of which was also part of the she-Wolf, a collection of Egyptian statues, busts of Roman emperors, 65 79 busts of philosophers, poets, mathematicians, doctors, speakers. At the center of a room the "dying Gaul", famous Roman copy of a Greek original of the 3rd century BC; the famous "Discobolus", a Greek statue representing a disk Launcher. Here is kept the statue of the "lion that Sabha a horse", formerly on the steps of Palazzo Senatorio, on which hung the death sentences and also acted as sedan for insolvent debtors.
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  • One of the museums of Capitol Hill. Entry on a single ticket. Here huge collection of sculptures. But if you are not fans of this art, the ustanite soon. Not worth peering into the face of each of 4 dozen emperors.
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  • Palazzo Nuovo-Palace on Capitol Hill, which provides a wonderful collection of Greek and Roman sculptures from antiquity. Was impressed by the Hall of Emperors with 65 busts of the emperors of Rome in chronological order.
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  • Very nice museum. Connected with underground passage with opposite side building.
  • If you have multiple days in Rome, you can stop by here. The history is wonderful to read.
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  • Beautiful place
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