The Museum of the Roman Republic is a small museum that dates back to the impressive rise of the Roman Republic in 1849 through portraits, periodicals and interesting audiovisual stories. It is free to visit and contains documents belonging to Garibaldi and his colleagues, military pictures, and military operations. Models, newspapers of those years.
The museum has historical exhibits from 1849 and many weapons of the past
The gate of the entire museum is a triumphal arch-like building. Although the area is not very large, it tells the history of the tenacious rebirth of the city of Rome after repeated wars. There are many manuscripts on the wall that were documents during the war, and the multimedia system tells the history of the Garibaldi family and the rise and fall of the city