The National Museum of Rome (Museo Nazionale Romano) boasts an incredible collection of artifacts, from statuary of marble and bronze to mosaics, frescoes, and more, spanning the entirety of Ancient Rome. The collections are housed in four unique locations, two to which are also incredible archaeological sites in their own right, and one is a beautiful Renaissance palace – watch our videos below for a more detailed view of these incredible collections:
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