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Capitoline Museums

Founded in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a collection of bronze statues to the city, today the Capitoline Museums house extremely valuable collections and picture galleries strictly linked to the Roman world.

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Pamphilj Gallery

The magnificent abode of princes and princesses, it now houses a number of great masterpieces by Flemish painters.

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Vatican Museums

Tapestries, pottery, precious jewellery and painting by Raphael, ending with a visit to the world-famous Sistine Chapel. The Vatican Museums are by far one of the most important stops on a tour of Rome!