Etruscans, if not in Rome, where? – Discover the Etruscan Museum

The Etruscan Museum of Rome is located right at the edge of Villa Borghese Park, on the opposite side of the Pincio Terrace, on the so called Villa Giulia Area.

The Museums, where are stored some of the most important repertoes from the Etruscan civilization (in Italian Peninsula before the Romans), is hosted in the magnificent Renaissance Villa of Pope Giulio III (Pope from 1550 to 1555).

The Etruscan Museums of Rome is a not to be missed sight for archeology lovers, who will be stunned by the beauty of the Museum and surprised by the art and the jewelry of artifacts which are 3000 years old

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