Museo di Roma in Trastevere

Piazza di Sant'Egidio, 1/B (Rome)

The Museum is housed in several rooms of the former Carmelite convent in Trastevere which, since 1976, has displayed reconstructions of daily life in Rome, the Lazio countryside and the study of Roman poet Carlo Alberto Salustri, better known under his pseudonym of Trilussa. In 2000, after a period of closure, the museum was reopened under its current name and a new vocation open to the contemporary. In fact, the ground floor rooms host many exhibitions of a documentary nature above all. The first floor rooms are reserved for permanent collections, among which it is worth noting the very well-known collection of Roma sparita (Vanished Rome) watercolours by Ettore Roesler Franz, the Scene carnevalesche (Carnival scenes) paintings by Francesco Muccinelli and Festa dei moccoletti by Ippolito Caffi.

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