The National Museum of Rome has excellent sculptures and mosaics, and the walls of ancient Roman architecture decorate the whole room. Compared with the Archaeological Museum in Naples, the museum is more accessible, with ancient coins and some interesting jewelry in the basement.
(I comment on this place in the photo.) On the banks of the Tiber River in Rome, north of the Umberto I Bridge and east of St. Angel's Castle, there is a very magnificent and beautiful building, which is the Italian Supreme Court and the Judicial Library, also known as the Palace of Justice. On the roof are the goddess of liberty with chariots and four horses, and in the middle are the goddess of justice with the code on the left and the sword on the right. Designed by Perugia architect Calderini, the building was completed in the late 19th century. The huge bronze chariot at the top is the work of Palermo sculptors.
There are rich collections in the National Museum of Rome, where we can learn about the glory and history of ancient Rome, which is worth seeing.
In Rome, visitors to open-air museums can experience the magnificence of ancient Rome, while visitors to indoor museums can experience its historical and cultural changes more. The Museum of a city is the history of the city, and it is necessary to go and experience it personally.
The National Museum of Rome, located in the urban area of Rome and near the Rome Station, is an ancient villa with a long history. It occupies a small area. It mainly displays various cultural relics unearthed in the medieval period of Rome and classical statues of different periods.