Entrance of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
First Hall-Welcome to Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary starts in the hall of the second floor dedicated to the topics of Rome in time. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Monumental stairs of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II it was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
First Hall-Welcome to Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary starts in the hall of the second floor dedicated to the topics of Rome in time. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Cristina Queen of Sweden – Second room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary continuous in the second room of the second floor dedicated to the the Queen of Sweden Cristina one of the most learned women of the 17th century, that spent the rest of her life in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Cristina Queen of Sweden – Second room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary continuous in the second room of the second floor dedicated to the the Queen of Sweden Cristina one of the most learned women of the 17th century, that spent the rest of her life in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Cristina Queen of Sweden – Second room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary continuous in the second room of the second floor dedicated to the the Queen of Sweden Cristina one of the most learned women of the 17th century, that spent the rest of her life in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Cristina Queen of Sweden – Second room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary continuous in the second room of the second floor dedicated to the the Queen of Sweden Cristina one of the most learned women of the 17th century, that spent the rest of her life in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Landscapes Views – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The paintings by Ippolito Caffi shows the grandeur of the ancient Rome at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The museum itinerary in the third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Capitoline hill and Campo Vaccino – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The landscape view dates from 1750/70 and shows the Capitoline hill and the unexcavated Roman Forum, still called the Campo Vaccino, the "Cow Pasture". The museum itinerary in the third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Capitoline Hill– Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting by Johannes Lingelbach dates from 1667 and shows the monumental Cordonata of the Capitoline hill projected by Michelangelo. The museum itinerary in the third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Trinità dei Monti and the French Academy– Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The landscape view by Gianbattista Bassi dates from 1824 and shows the grandeur of the ancient Rome at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber once known for its floods before being confined between high stone embankments which were begun in 1876. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber once known for its floods before being confined between high stone embankments which were begun in 1876. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Wooden model of the Trevi Fountain conserved in the Museum of Rome, Palazzo Braschi, Italy. The model was realized from 1733 to 1735 following the project of Nicola Salvi the author of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Wooden model of the Trevi Fountain conserved in the Museum of Rome, Palazzo Braschi, Italy. The model was realized from 1733 to 1735 following the project of Nicola Salvi the author of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Wooden model of the Trevi Fountain conserved in the Museum of Rome, Palazzo Braschi, Italy. The model was realized from 1733 to 1735 following the project of Nicola Salvi the author of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The internal of the Cybo Chapel in the church Santa Maria del Popolo in the rooms Feats in Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting dates from 1687 and was probably painted by the artists that projected the chapel themselves to document its magnificence. The rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Pope Innocenzo X Pamphilj gives the cardinal's hat to Fabio Chigi in the rooms Feats in Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting by Pier Leone Ghezzi from 1724 documents the magnificence of the papal court. The rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Wooden model of the Rospigliosi Pallavicini chapel in the rooms Feats in Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The model reproduces the project of the architect Nicola Michetti for the chapel of the aristocratic family Rospigliosi Pallavicini in the church San Francesco a Ripa in Rome. The rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Arrival of the Venetian ambassador in Rome in the rooms Feats in Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The two paintings dates after 1714 and document the magnificent arrival of Nicolò Duodo ambassador of the Republic of Venice at papal court in Rome. The rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The three of the abundance on the Capitoline Hill in the rooms Feats in Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting by Agostino Tasi from 1631 shows the three of the abundance erected for the May Day on the Capitoline Hill. The rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Torlonia Boudoir in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In room ten of the second floor in 1952 were reconstructed the frescoes of the so called Torlonia Boudoir. The painting were saved from the Torlonia Palace in piazza Venezia in Rome destroyed in 1902. The frescos dates from early 19th century and represents the loves of the goods. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The Princess Elisabetta Brancaccio and her children in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting by Francesco Gai dates from 1884. The portrait of the rich American Mary Elizabeth Hickson-Field that married the prince Brancaccio 1870 in Paris documents the up-and-coming of a new aristocracy and their way of life in the first years of Rome Capital of the new born Italian State. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Bust of Angelo Brunetti in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The bust by Ettore Ximenes from 1890 remembers one of the popular heroes of the Roman Republic in 1849 executed by the Austrians with his sons. These rooms of the Museum document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Fireworks in the Colosseum and the Quirinale Palace in Rome in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The paintings by Ippolito Caffi dates from 1845. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Proclamation of the Roman Republic in 1849 in Piazza del Popolo in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The painting by Antonio Malchiodi dates from 1977. These rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Political and social changes after the restoration in Rome in the eighteenths in the second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms document the changes in Rome after the end of the Napoleonic era and the beginning of the Resurgence. In 1870 Rome became the capital of the new born Italian Monarchy leading to important social and urban changes of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Feasts in Rome – rooms 5,6 and 7 of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms are dedicated to the role of feasts in the public life important vehicle for political aggregation in the papal Rome. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and hose parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
In the middle flows the River – Third room of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The third room of the second floor is dedicated to the landscape views of Rome between sixteen and eighteen century and its image of a country city dominated by the river Tiber and the impressive monuments of a great past. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 10 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to the faces and histories of the members of the Roman aristocratic society between the sixteen and eighteen century. The collection of portraits tries to reveal the human being behind their social face and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 10 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to the faces and histories of the members of the Roman aristocratic society between the sixteen and eighteen century. The collection of portraits tries to reveal the human being behind their social face and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 10 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to the faces and histories of the members of the Roman aristocratic society between the sixteen and eighteen century. The collection of portraits tries to reveal the human being behind their social face and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 10 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to the faces and histories of the members of the Roman aristocratic society between the sixteen and eighteen century. The collection of portraits tries to reveal the human being behind their social face and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Bust of Maria Massani in the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The marble bust by Bertel Thorvaldsen dates from 1838. From 1810-1816 the wing of the second floor of Palazzo Braschi exposed to South, South-Est housed the private apartments of Luigi Braschi and his wife. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The collection exposed tries to reveal the human being behind the social face in remembering that are they too part of the history and that Rome was a cosmopolitan city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The collection exposed tries to reveal the human being behind the social face in remembering that are they too part of the history and that Rome was a cosmopolitan city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Bust of Antonio Canova in Room The Image of the Fame of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The self-portrait by Antonio Canova dates from 1812. Room 12 is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face in remembering that are part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Image of the Fame in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 12 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of painters, sculptors, engravers and art passionated and their families between the sixteen and the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the social face that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Private apartments in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. From 1810-1816 the wing of the second floor exposed to South, South-Est housed the private apartments of Luigi Braschi and his wife. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Private apartments in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. From 1810-1816 the wing of the second floor exposed to South, South-Est housed the private apartments of Luigi Braschi and his wife. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
A cosmopolitan city in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 13 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, houses a gallery of busts in plaster by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani of the of officials in the state and church and personalities of the high society into the mid-nineteenth century in Rome. His chaste neoclassical style reveals the influence of Bertel Thorvaldsen in whom atelier he studied.
Ancient Fairy Tales and Human Sentiments in room 14 -second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room is dedicated to the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani pupil of Bertel Thorvaldsen. His works in a chaste neoclassical style into the mid-nineteenth century reveals his studies of sentiments and human feelings but although naturalistic aspects. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Ancient Fairy Tales and Human Sentiments in room 14 -second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room is dedicated to the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani pupil of Bertel Thorvaldsen. His works in a chaste neoclassical style into the mid-nineteenth century reveals his studies of sentiments and human feelings but although naturalistic aspects. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Ancient Fairy Tales and Human Sentiments in room 14 -second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room is dedicated to the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani pupil of Bertel Thorvaldsen. His works in a chaste neoclassical style into the mid-nineteenth century reveals his studies of sentiments and human feelings but although naturalistic aspects. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The Unconscious Psyche in room 14 - second floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The model of plaster by Pietro Tenerani dates from 1823 and reveals the influence of the neoclassical stylistic canon of Bertel Thorvaldsen. The original of the sculpture in marble had a great success and was replicated several times. Located in room 14 of the second floor of Palazzo Braschi it shows the force of sentiments and human feelings and the naturalistic aspects studied by the prolific sculptor Pietro Tenerani. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Private apartments in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. From 1810-1816 the wing of the second floor exposed to South, South-Est housed the private apartments of Luigi Braschi and his wife. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
The gallery of the portraits in Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 11 in the second part of the museum itinerary, a time the private apartments of Palazzo Braschi on the second floor, is dedicated to faces and histories of popes and cardinals between the sixteen and eighteen century in Rome. The collection of portraits and busts tries to reveal the human being behind the the social status and power and to narrow their passions and human aspects that are they too part of the history of the city. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
First Hall-Welcome to Rome of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The museum itinerary starts in the hall of the second floor dedicated to the topics of Rome in time. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that conserves examples of art, history and culture of the city, as well as the memory of the urban changes and those parts that were lost or disappeared in time.
Room with landscape views on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The frescos were realized by Liborio Coccetti in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Room with landscape views on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The frescos were realized by Liborio Coccetti in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Media Room on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In the room are projected films of Palazzo Braschi's and the Museum's history. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Media Room on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In the room are projected films of Palazzo Braschi's and the Museum's history. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Media Room on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. In the room are projected films of Palazzo Braschi's and the Museum's history. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Via dei Fori Imperiali. room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room 16 is dedicated to the construction of Via dell'Impero through Rome's ancient imperial remains. It entailed the systematic demolition of over 40,000 square yards of one of the most densely populated areas of Rome obliterating ancient, medieval and Renaissance structures, including five churches. Part of the rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor it documents Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. They conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
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Via dei Fori Imperiali. room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room 16 is dedicated to the construction of Via dell'Impero through Rome's ancient imperial remains. It entailed the systematic demolition of over 40,000 square yards of one of the most densely populated areas of Rome obliterating ancient, medieval and Renaissance structures, including five churches. Part of the rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor it documents Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. They conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Via dei Fori Imperiali. room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room 16 is dedicated to the construction of Via dell'Impero through Rome's ancient imperial remains. It entailed the systematic demolition of over 40,000 square yards of one of the most densely populated areas of Rome obliterating ancient, medieval and Renaissance structures, including five churches. Part of the rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor it documents Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. They conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Clearance of the whole "spina" of Borgo - room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Six fragments of frescoes of the disappeared Casino del Bufalo in the rooms dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The fragments by Polidoro da Caravaggio pupil of Raffael dates from 1525 and were saved during the demolition of the Casino in 1884. Now they are exhibited in room 18. The rooms on the third floor of the Museum of Rome document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The embankments of the river Tiber - room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 18 is dedicated to one of the most important urban changes of the city: the river Tiber once known for its floods before being confined between high stone embankments which were begun in 1876. The rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The embankments of the river Tiber - room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 18 is dedicated to one of the most important urban changes of the city: the river Tiber once known for its floods before being confined between high stone embankments which were begun in 1876. The rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
The embankments of the river Tiber - room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. Room 18 is dedicated to one of the most important urban changes of the city: the river Tiber once known for its floods before being confined between high stone embankments which were begun in 1876. The rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Six fragments of frescoes of the disappeared Casino del Bufalo in the rooms dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The fragments by Polidoro da Caravaggio pupil of Raffael dates from 1525 and were saved during the demolition of the Casino in 1884. Now they are exhibited in room 18. The rooms on the third floor of the Museum of Rome document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Six fragments of frescoes of the disappeared Casino del Bufalo in the rooms dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The fragments by Polidoro da Caravaggio pupil of Raffael dates from 1525 and were saved during the demolition of the Casino in 1884. Now they are exhibited in room 18. The rooms on the third floor of the Museum of Rome document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Clearance of the whole "spina" of Borgo - room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor document Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. The rooms conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome, between Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Via dei Fori Imperiali. room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room 16 is dedicated to the construction of Via dell'Impero through Rome's ancient imperial remains. It entailed the systematic demolition of over 40,000 square yards of one of the most densely populated areas of Rome obliterating ancient, medieval and Renaissance structures, including five churches. Part of the rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor it documents Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. They conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
Via dei Fori Imperiali. room dedicated to the urban transformations of the modern Rome on the third floor of Palazzo Braschi today Museum of Rome, Italy. The room 16 is dedicated to the construction of Via dell'Impero through Rome's ancient imperial remains. It entailed the systematic demolition of over 40,000 square yards of one of the most densely populated areas of Rome obliterating ancient, medieval and Renaissance structures, including five churches. Part of the rooms 16-17-18-19 of the third floor it documents Rome's urban evolution in the late eighteenths and the early years of nineteenth century ending with the radical transformations imposed by the fascism. They conserve fragments of the buildings survived to the demolitions. Palazzo Braschi was the last palace builded for a nephew of a pope, Pius VII, in 18th century. From 1952 it houses the Museum of Rome that reconstruct the urban changes and conserves important testimonies of building and places lost in time.
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