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Art & Culture in Rome

Macro Museum

Macro Museum

Rome's leading contemporary art museum

The ‘Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma’ is Rome’s leading museum in the field of contemporary art situated in a former slaughterhouse.

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Globe Theatre Roma

Globe Theatre Roma

Reproduction of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Right in the middle of Rome’s ‘Villa Borghese’ park, you can find a beautiful, full scale reproduction of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

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Ara Pacis Augustae

Ara Pacis Augustae

Historic monument & museum

This striking monument and museum goes by the name of Ara Pacis Augustae (the Latin translation meaning “Alter of Augustan Peace”), an ancient altar dedicated to the Roman godess of peace: Pax.

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Il Kino

Il Kino

Cinema, bistro & wine bar

Founded by a group of young people with love for cinema, Il Kino is different from all the other old-fashioned cinemas.

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Cimitero Acattolico

Cimitero Acattolico

Renowned cemetery from 1716

This early 18th century cemetery is the final resting place to several renowned poets and artists, and is one of Europe’s oldest burial grounds.

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Noemi Serracini

Noemi Serracini

Rome art & culture selection

Noemi is a Roman based author & director of several theatre shows, a renowned radio host discussing everything related to art, theatre & culture. Noemi knows what’s culturally striking in Rome and teamed up with us to share her favorite spots with you…

MAXXI

MAXXI

Architectural & Contemporary art

MAXXI is a national museum that covers a wide variety of interesting exhibitions split up into two sections: an architectural- and a contemporary art section.

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Pantheon

Pantheon

Ancient temple

The Pantheon may be well known, but when you are in Rome it cannot be skipped. It’s one of the best preserved ancient buildings you can find in this city.

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