Originally built in the late 19th century, the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme is a branch of the National Museum of Rome. The Palazzo Massimo alle Terme houses a great collection of ancient Roman artwork—especially sculpture—and antiquities such as coins and jewelry. While Roman sculptures adorn the ground and first floor, the second floor is studded with mosaics and frescoes, and even have works dating back from the 1st Century BC. If you’re looking for some pieces to Rome’s history, then you’ll definitely want to drop by.
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