An important museum of ancient Roman style, this museum is quite unique, the visit here is also very interesting, there are some guides to visit here, this museum has a lot of important artwork of ancient Rome.
The Capitoline Museum is just behind the Roman Forum. There are many exquisite sculptures and paintings. In the museum exhibition hall, there is really a big head of Constantine next to the horse-riding statue of Marco Aurelius. Is this...is it convenient for you to compare the two?
In the middle of the Capitoline Museum is the Senate Palace, which was built in the 12th century and was modified according to Michelangelo’s design; the left is the conservative palace, which was rebuilt by Michelangelo in the middle of the 16th century. It was designed with a huge column for the first time, and the right is a new one. The palace was built in the 17th century and has the same exterior design as the conservative palace opposite the square.
Next to Piazza Venezia is the Capitoline Museum. The two exhibition halls are connected by an underground passage; there is a platform in the museum to see the Roman ruins from a distance. The entrance fee is 15 euros per person, and the ️Roma pass card can be exchanged. The collection is mainly statues. There are not many visitors. Except for a few tourists, the most impressive thing is the head of Medusa, which is entwined with water snakes, and is very realistic for primary and secondary school students under the leadership of a beautiful teacher. If you think the Vatican is too big , You won't be disappointed when you come here to stroll around!
The exquisite degree of classical sculptures in the museum is the best in Italy.