It feels like going back to the old days. The Valentini Palace is exquisitely designed and at the same time cleverly combines the advantages of multimedia to show you an intoxicating picture of history. I have never seen such a way of presentation, and the Valentini Palace is especially worth visiting.
This is the site of a museum. The most special thing is that there is a layer of transparent glass. Many broken cultural relics can be seen below. In addition to these, there are many sculpture paintings and so on. Not very far from the railway station.
The trip was carried out in the dark, through the glass floor, with audio tours and lights. The marble floor of the mosque is well preserved. If you are claustrophobic or balance problems, this tour is not recommended. Steps and floors made of glass hang above the ruins.
Part of the house is very well preserved. It is recommended to set aside two or three hours to better visit here. We walked through the glass floor above the ruins, and below you can overlook Trajan’s Column, allowing you to see the true appearance of the house in the ancient Roman period.
Le Domus Roman Valentini Palace Introduction: Le Domus Roman Valentini Palace (Palazzo Valentini) is a small underground heritage museum. The museum uses high-tech lights, lasers and other means to restore it in front of people The splendor of Rome before 2000, and how the noble houses were built and the luxury of life, etc.