Well-situated right by the central railway station, this was a nice way to finish our Roman visit. There is normally a charge for entry, but for some reason we were waved through without paying. The museum has an excellent collection of mosaics and statuary, and in the basement a huge collection of coins from the entire 2500 year history of Italy - it was particularly interesting to see the heads of a large number of emperors, and try to spot family resemblances. There are a lot of stairs (there are lifts, but they are tiny)
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