Napoleonic Museum, Rome

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Napoleonic Museum, Rome, Italy

The museum contains a rich and valuable art collection in the same palace rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century by Count Giuseppe Primoli, son of Pietro Primoli and Carlotta Bonaparte. The collection retraces the story of the Bonaparte family starting from the 18th century up to the Second Empire.
Napoleonic Museum inside
Entrance fee: Lit. 5.000 (Euro 2,58).

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