Montemartini power plant, Rome

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Montemartini power plant, Rome, Italy

The Montemartini power plant built at the beginning of the 20th century, houses at present a splendid museum, where masterpieces of antique sculpture and other precious works of Roman art are on exhibit side by side with the industrial architecture and huge machinery of the establishment.
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Entrance fee: Lit. 12.000 (Euro 6,2).

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