The Raffaello Pagliaccetti sculpture room is a museum located in Giulianova, in the province of Teramo. The museum is located on the ground floor of the “De Amicis” School, in the historic center of the city. The museum collection is mostly composed of plaster reproductions of the sculptures of Raffaello Pagliacetti. The artist is a famous nineteenth-century sculptor, born and died in Giulianova after studying in Rome. In the Museum 15 plaster works are exhibited, among the most important are the bust of Marshal Moltke, the statue of Andrew the Apostle, a statue of Pope Pius IX and two sketches of the monument to Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy, located in Piazza della Libertà . Furthermore, among the sculptures there is the travertine epigraph that surmounted Porta Marina, one of the main entrances of the ancient Renaissance city.