Museum of Roman Civilization
History and museums
The Museum of the Roman Civilization (Italian "Museo della Civiltà Romana") is a museum in Rome (Esposizione Universale Roma district), devoted to the aspects of the Ancient Roman civilization.
It was designed by the architects Pietro Ascheri, D. Bernardini and Cesare Pascoletti (1939-1941). Its 59 sections illustrate the history of Roman civilization, from the origins to the 4th century, with models and reproductions, as well as original material. The premises are shared with a planetarium.
It houses, among other things:
There are three main different itineraries through the Rooms of the Museum: