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Piazza Venezia is a large space located just behind Campidoglio, at the crossroads between Via del Corso and Via dei Fori Imperiali.
The glorious and celebrated Sistine Chapel is a crowning jewel of Renaissance painting and a sight that leaves millions speechless every year.
One of the world's largest and most important museums is located in the world's smallest state.
Smack in the heart of the tourist center of Rome, the Barracco Museum is an overlooked treasure trove of ancient art.
Billed as the world's oldest national museum, this complex houses one of the most important collections of ancient art.
Despite its position in the heart of Rome, the Galleria Doria Pamphilj is an overlooked art museum that happens to house many treasures.
MAXXI is a convenient nickname for the more formally named National Museum of the XXI Century Arts.
A noble palace-turned-museum, the Palazzo Altemps is now a branch of the National Roman Museum and is filled with priceless Classical sculptures.
Palazzo Braschi is located in the heart of the Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.
A sumptuous villa set in a sprawling park makes the Villa Borghese a unique oasis in the center of bustling Rome.
Located in the Aranciera di Villa Borghese, the collection of cosmetics and perfume baron and philanthropist Carlo Bilotti focuses on great contemporary art.
Anyone who is intrigued by the Egyptian culture and archeology will want to visit the Museo Egizio di Roma.
Avant garde artist Giorgio De Chirico was the creator of the metaphysical movement in art, which greatly influenced the Surrealist artists.
Located in Rome's beautiful synagogue, the Jewish Museum is an intriguing look at the history of Rome's Jewish heritage.
The pretty villa in the "modern" quarter of Rome was the result of reparcelling out the park of Villa Ludovisi.
The Museo della Mura is a unique museum dedicated to the Aurelian Wall.
A massive palace in the heart of Rome, the powerful Barberini family couldn't do things on a small scale.
An overlooked museum right in the heart of Rome is hidden in plain sight.
When the noble Colonna family decided to build a family seat in Rome, they did it in a big way.
Palazzo Venezia is a famous building on the piazza of the same name, in the heart of Rome.
In the tight streets of Rome's old medieval quarter looms the Baroque-embellished Palazzo Spada.
Villa Albani is one of the highest expressions of fine antiquarian taste that imposed itself in the middle of the eighteenth century.
Villa Torlonia is a noble home that is now a museum in a sprawling public park and museum in Rome which overlooks Via Nomentana.
An incredible museum housed in a gorgeous villa, you shouldn't miss a visit to the National Etruscan Museum.
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