A Center of Culture and Religion
There are palaces, universities, and basilicas. Modern Rome is also home to movie studios, a film and television studio second only to Hollywood complex. When it comes to music, Rome has the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, a music conservatory of international renown. Visitors who love museums should consider the National Museum of Rome at its four locations. Besides the museum, visitors should not miss in Rome the Vatican.
The National Museum of Rome.
The Roma National Museum is divided into four main sites. The sites are: Crypt, the Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Baths of Diocletian. Crypt The site has three floors. The basement is composed of archaeological remains, and can only be seen with a guide. The ground floor shows the archeology and history of an urban landscape. The first floor shows the evolution of Rome from the V century to the tenth century (AD).
Palazzo Altemps homes many statues and works of art, including sculptures of the deities of the East. There is also a private theater, which now houses special exhibits. Palazzo Massimo alle Terme houses a sarcophagus and the mummy, including objects amber jewelry found with the mummy. There are also sculptures and ancient coins in the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. The baths of Diocletian Baths includes sculptures, an old chapel and a garden of the sixteenth century.
Vatican City "A Nation in Rome, Italy
Vatican City is the smallest nation the world, occupying slightly less than half a square mile of real estate in Rome. In addition to hosting the Pope, the Vatican contains perhaps the most famous house of prayer of all time. Sistine Chapel, located in the Apostolic Palace, the site is the art of Michelangelo. The Sistine Chapel ceiling, depicting scenes from the Bible, from nine-story the book of Genesis in the top of the chapel. Perhaps the best scene said the chapel is the image of God creating Adam. On the walls, Botticelli painted three scenes, scenes from the life of Moses, The Temptation of Christ and The Punishment of Korah.
Visitors to the Sistine Chapel can enjoy the stunning art work 9:00 to 19:00 9:00 to 18:00 in winter and summer. Visitors should bear in mind that the place is considered a sacred place, and therefore, there is a dress code. Visitors should wear pants or skirts, short skirts or shorts no. In addition, these shirts without sleeves, which cover not welcome in the chapel.
Another tourist attraction is the Vatican Museum. There is a cafeteria at the Vatican Museum, but the restaurants are limited within the Vatican City. Similarly, no accommodation for visitors, will have to return to the city of Rome for the organization of sleep.
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