I have seen a lot of museums in Rome. This museum feels very plain, but their gardens are very beautiful and the flowers are beautifully arranged. In addition to oil paintings, there are many small sculptures in the museum.
Came here with my friends today. I saw a lot of pottery figurines, and they are very beautiful. They are very worth seeing. The service attitude and the general environment are also very clean.
This is a very worthy place to visit, but the service attitude here is very disappointing. It would be better if you know Italy, and there are not too many people who visit the beautiful and charming pottery figurines.
A fabulous busy museum containing various specimens and excellent narratives, in Italian and English. The Etruscans were originally Romans, but were absorbed or deliberately erased by later Roman conquerors. The museum is easy to reach, and the last stop of tram number 3 is only a three-minute walk away.
Not only those who are interested in the culture and history of the Idararia people, but the average person who wants to understand its high level of civilization and artistry should visit the Idalascu Museum. It used to be the Pope’s villa.