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Capitoline Museums

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Capitoline Museums are structured in the New Palace and Palace of the Conservators, which are located in the square of Campidoglio, in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Conservators also contains Capitoline Art Gallery. In the middle of the square there is copy of a statue of Marcus Aurelius. The original has been placed inside the museum.
Capitoline Museums has the oldest public collection of antiquity in the world. You can admire here mainly Roman statues, ancient sculpture, large collections of Middle Age and Renaissance, art collections, but also Egyptian and beautiful bronze statues, collections of jewels, coins, frescoes and next. Discover antiquity and art with our exclusive visit while it is closed for public. Our aim is to let you enjoy historical beauty in a relaxed environment, to give art it’s time. For more information regarding our exclusive visits, go to the luxurious packages in the Service section. Capitoline Museums was built in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV gave the Roman people four famous and important bronze statues (the Camillo, the Spinario, the Capitoline Wolf and the head of Constantine with the hand and the globe) as a symbol of the conjunction between Church and Imperial Rome, and located them on Capitoline Hill. The Palace of Conservators, one of the building of Capitoline Museums, has a large collections of Roman, Egyptian and Greek culture. There are also located many other monuments as decorations, frescoes, tapestries and others.

In the Palace of Conservators is also housed the famous bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius on a horse with his right hand to emphasize his wish for a peace referring to his philosophical ideals couched in his spiritual diary – Memories. The Spinario is another bronzue statue placed here. It potrays a seated boy in a act of removing a thorn from his foot. It’s one of the four bronzue statues, which were given the Roman people by Pope Sixtus IV. Into the Palace of Conservators you also can visit on the top floor Capitoline Art Gallery, where you can admire artworks from such great and well know artists as Caravaggio, Peter Paul Rubens, Francesco Francia, Lorenzo Lotto, Paolo Veronese, Cavalier d'Arpino, Guido Reni, Pietro da Cortona or Anton Van Dyck.

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