The Museum of Rome
The Museum of Rome is located in Palazzo Braschi in the Renaissance heart of Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. The museum was located originally in the former pasta factory Pantanella to the streets of the Mouth of Truth, was then transferred in 1952 to its present site in Palazzo Braschi. The first floor of the Museum of Rome is used for temporary exhibitions, while the vast collection of about one hundred and twenty works, is a rich testament to the great transformation that from the seventeenth to the twentieth century has affected the life of the city of Rome. The exhibition of the Museum of Rome is designed to accompany the visitor on a journey through the works that tell the feasts of Rome, between religious rituals and popular games and the distinctive characteristics of his monumental beauty.