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Villa Giulia National Etruscan Museum

A 2-hour tour inside a Renaissance palace that now houses the largest collection of ancient Etruscan and pre-Roman artifacts in the world.

Avoid the crowds in a stunning Renaissance palace designed by Michelangelo located in the Borghese Gardens and immerse yourself in ancient history. You will get introduced to the Etruscan civilization, the most important people in Italy before the Romans through their collection of personal items and grave goods. The palace houses the greatest collection of Etruscan art and artifacts in the world including frescos, pottery, jewelry and statues dating from 3000 years ago.  Learn about the pre-Roman people and their influence on life and culture of the Roman Empire.

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Sites visited: Villa Giulia National Etruscan Museum.
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