national roman museum

The National Museum houses the largest archaeological collection of Ancient Rome. Divided into four locations, the museum was set up in 1889 to give a permanent home to archaeological finds in the city during the urban transformation that this was subject to the mid '800. Dated from the fifth century B.C. and the third century A.D., objects and works of art found an important source of information and a valuable record of the ancient Roman world.

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