Museo Napoleonico is a museum in Rome that holds and exhibits a collection that was donated in 1927 by Count Giuseppe Primoli, a descendant of Napoleon. The museum houses various portraits and objects, but also interiors from the Neapolitan era. The collections of the Museo Napoleonico are divided into three distinct sections, namely: the Napoleonic period with large canvases and busts of the greatest artists of the time; the so-called "Roman" period, from the fall of Napoleon I to the rise of Napoleon III; and the period of the second empire, with paintings, sculptures, engravings, furniture and various objects of the time.
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24 and 31 December 10.00 am - 2.00 pm
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