Hotel delle Muse
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... and from there into long galleries that are covered with paintings of Caravaggio, Titian Velazquez, Ribera etc. There is many statues, some original, some copies. It is a phenomenal collection by the Pamphilij family who then married the Doria family.
We then came back to our hotel for a pizo leno (a little nap).
We have had a wonderful visit to Rome and can’t wait until we come back next year.
... rum The Jewish quarter was semi interesting. Wikipedia words below. The Roman Ghetto was established as a result of Papal bull Cum nimis absurdum, promulgated by Pope Paul IV on 14 July 1555. The bull also required the Jews of Rome, which had existed as a community since before Christian times and which numbered about 2,000 at the time, to live in the ghetto. The ghetto was a walled quarter with three gates that were locked at night. The wall was built under the direction of ...
... the UK and then went shopping for the next few days. Tomorrow there is supposedly another ‘general strike' which could be the fourth of fifth since we’ve been here. Shopping was fun and we found more different local areas including a fruit & veg market and we also saw a demonstration. Out of interest we went up to read the signs. Turns out it was School Principals demonstrating to try to get more resources for their schools. Whilst this seems similar to Australia ...
... The building on the left is Palazzo dei Conservatori or Palace of Conservators. The Conservators were magistrates who help run the city with the senate.
Replica of the statue of Roman Emperor Marcus ...
... of the Museum and saw the beautiful Flemish tapestries, the Room of Maps, the bronze pine cone sculpture called "Pigna" from 750 A.D. and then the Sistine Chapel which today is the site of the Papal conclave, the process by which a new Pope is selected. The fame of the Sistine Chapel lies mainly in the frescos that decorate the interior, and most particularly the Sistine Chapel ceiling and The Last Judgment by Michelangelo. Tracy ...