Highlights: The Borghese Art Museum, formerly known as the Borghese Villa, is located in the Borghese Gardens and is known as one of the most beautiful art galleries in Rome, even in Italy. The museum is famous for its Italian Baroque-style sculptures and Renaissance paintings, and exhibits paintings by famous artists such as Caravaggio, Bernini, Botticelli and Raphael collected by the Cardinal. In addition to regular exhibitions, temporary exhibitions are also very colorful. However, the Borghese Art Museum has strict restrictions on the number of visitors, visits must be reserved in advance, and each visit is limited to 2 hours. The collections of the Borghese Art Museum on the first floor are divided into two parts: the first floor is a collection of excellent sculptures, intricate and exquisite Romanesque mosaic floors and breathtaking fresco art, and the second floor is a gallery. Photography and eating are not allowed in the museum. Stepping into the main entrance and looking down, the mosaic pattern on the foyer floor dates back to the 4th century, showing the scenes of ancient Roman gladiators fighting wild beasts. The frescoes on the ceiling are by Mariano Rossi, showing Romulus receiving an audience with the Roman gods. Hall 1 is one of the highlights of the Borghese Gallery, where you can admire Canova's marble statue of Napoleon's sister, which is very elegant, like Venus. Halls 2-4 display early sculptures by GianLorenzo Bernini, among them "David", "Apollo and Daphne" and "The Abduction of Pros Alpi" Na (TheRapeofProsepine) is very worth watching. Hall 5 displays some important classical sculptures, most of which are replicas made by the Romans based on Greek sculptures. Among them, Faun and Herma Phrodite are the highlights. Bernini's Aeneas and Anchises occupies the entirety of Hall 6, while Hall 7 is largely Egyptian-themed, with works by Conca on the ceiling depicting ancient Greece Allegorical, the statue of Isis dates back to the 2nd century. Hall 8 has several works by Caravaggio, including Boy with a Basket of Fruit, Sick Bacchus, David with the Head of Goliath ( DavidwiththeHeadofGoliath) and "John the Baptist" (StJohntheBaptist). The second floor gallery also has many Renaissance paintings, including Raphael's "Deposition", Pinturiccio's "The Passion of Saints Jerome and Christopher" (CrucifixionwithSaintsJeromeandChristopher), Corogio's "Danae" for Charles V of Spain, Lucas Caranaci's "Venus and Cupid with Honeycomb" (Venus and Cupid with Honeycomb), Sodom Pieta, Rubens' Susanna and the Elders, Titian's Venus Blindfolding Cupid and Sacred and Profane Love miss. The Borghese Art Museum is located in the Borghese Villa, which houses the sculptures, paintings and other treasures collected by the Red Patriarch of Borghese. You can admire Bernini's "Apollo and Daphne" and "The Rape of the Statue of Posippina", as well as Raphael's "Jesus Falling to the Cross" created in 1507, Titian's "Holy and Secular Love" "Wait.