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Regular shows plus an excellent astronomical museum..
Regular shows plus an excellent astronomical museum.
Piazza Giovanni Agnelli, 10, 00144 Roma, Italy
+39 06 0608
Perhaps most famous for a large model of imperial Rome, but has a large display of various aspects of ancient Rome, using plaster casts, models and reconstructions of works found in museums throughout the world
An ethnographic collection of around 60,000 pieces from European indigenous cultures
A truly quiet oasis close to the hustle and bustle of EUR
The Papal Basilica of St
This museum provides an interesting juxtaposition between the buildings and equipment of Rome's first electricity generating plant and the exhibits, which are mainly from excavations of Roman sites
This is a small museum housed inside Porta San Paolo, which records the importance to Rome of the road that connected it to the harbour at Ostia
Behind the pyramid, entered by the Via Caio Cestio, is the Protestant Cemetry where the poet John Keats was buried in 1821 and Percy Bysshe Shelley's ashes were also buried after his drowning in 1822
A tomb for the wealthy Gaius Cestius, who died in 12 B
Next door to the Pyramid, this fine gate in the Aurelian Wall is named after St