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...simo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, and Terme di Diocleziano. Follow in the footsteps of Roman emperors and gladiators.
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This museum is built on top of the excavation site of the Balbi Crypt, a building from the first century A.D.
This museum is built on top of the excavation site of the Balbi Crypt, a building from the first century A.D. which underwent considerable modifications in the following centuries. Through the building's history, the museum gives us glimpses of what Roman life across the ages was like. Free visits of the ruins are possible.
Via delle Botteghe Oscure, 31, 00186 Roma, Italy
+39 06 697 7671
Not, as commonly believed, named after the country but after a tower that used to stand in the area
In the very heart of the city center, the building was for centuries ago the seat of the Venice embassy
The marble foot belonged to a temple of the Egyptian gods Isis and Osiris
The Via della Gatta connects Palazzo Doria Pamphili with Palazzo Grazioli
The Basilica of St
Bernini's masterpiece, an obelisk on the back of an elephant
More of an enormous traffic circle than a piazza, but a good central location
The Altare della Patria or Altar of the Father honors Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a unified Italy and Father of the Fatherland
The temple of the Emperor Hadrian was consecrated in 145 by Emperor Antoninus Pius
Small and attractive piazza tucked away in a neighborhood near Pantheon