Musei Capitoline

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The Capitoline Museums are the oldest public museums of Rome; was in fact Pope Sixtus IV in 1471 to inaugurarli, wishing to pay tribute to the people of Rome giving its priceless collection of ancient bronzes. Over the years the collection has been enriched with mosaics with the paintings of the greatest Italian artists and more: Caravaggio, Rubens, Titian, Tintoretto; here you can always admire the bronze sculpture universally recognized symbol of the city of Rome: the Capitoline Wolf who accor … Read more
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The tour lasts three hours at a price of € 180 excluding tickets

The Capitoline Museums are the oldest public museums of Rome; was in fact Pope Sixtus IV in 1471 to inaugurarli, wishing to pay tribute to the people of Rome giving its priceless collection of ancient bronzes. Over the years the collection has been enriched with mosaics with the paintings of the greatest Italian artists and more: Caravaggio, Rubens, Titian, Tintoretto; here you can always admire the bronze sculpture universally recognized symbol of the city of Rome: the Capitoline Wolf who according to legend nursed Romulus and Remus, the founders of the city. Besides carving Galato Morente and the Capitoline Venus and the oldest equestrian sculpture in the world: the Marcus Aurelius in the second century AD.

COSTO piedi base
COSTO Fisso F3
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180 kg
MAGGIORAZIONE piedi a persona in piu:
10 m
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