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Palazzo dei Conservatori

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Ranked #7 in Rome Popular Art Exhibitions
Art MuseumHistorical Architecture
Closed Today Open from 9:30am-7:30pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
Piazza Campidoglio, 00186 Rome, ItalyMap

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Tickets are quite expensive. I never thought that there would be so many museums in such a small place in Rome. There are many things in the Conservation Palace, and they are very good, there are different sculpture portraits and so on.



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The Conservative Palace is located in the Capitoline Square in Rome, on the right side of the Palazzo Vecchio, opposite the Palazzo Nuovo. The Palazzo Conservatoire and Palazzo Nuovo, together with the Tabularium, are the exhibition halls of the Musei Capitolini. The Palazzo Conservatory takes its name from the fact that it was the seat of the city officials (Conservatori) in the Middle Ages, who, together with the Senate (senato), ran the Eternal City. Rubins' "The She-Wolf of Capitolino" is a work that he began to draw with his memories of Rome, and he did not leave his hands until his death. The canvas is full of bright tones, full of the painter's love for Rome. The Conservative Palace mainly exhibits ancient sculpture art. There are sarcophagi on the first floor, and famous works on the second floor, such as "Venus of Capitolino", "The Dying Gauls", "Eros and the Soul" and so on. What is very exciting is that there are 64 busts of emperors and concubines on display in the emperor exhibition hall.
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