Barracco Museum

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In 1902 Barone Giovanni Barracco donated his personal art collection to the city of Rome, together with the building which housed it at that time. In 1948 the collection was rehoused in its present building, "The Piccola Farnesina" or "Farnesina dei Baullari", attributed to Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. The museum exhibits beautiful sculptures, such as a head of Alexander the Great (II sec. A.D.). Take buses No. 64, 62, 110, 46, 186. Admission fee: £ 3.750
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address:Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 166
openings:tue to sun 9am - 1pm. tue and thur also 5 - 8pm. closed on monday

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