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Monumental Cemetery of the Capuchin Brothers

Via Vittorio Veneto 27, Rome, Italy
+39 06 487 1185
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Via Vittorio Veneto 27, Rome, Italy
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
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Reviewed April 11, 2017

Nice museum to go through before the tomb, and then the amazing sites of the monks themselves, with some very creative ways of decorating using a skeleton, including lampshade and castle stick. The use of the pelvis and spinal columns was very original and of...More

Thank SimeyWimey
Reviewed April 2, 2017 via mobile

We went after a friend recommended it. 8 euros a ticket and only takes about half a hour but it is interesting. Not for the faint hearted! My wife found the whole experience quite upsetting. I'm not sure I'd recommend it for children. Very nice...More

Thank Mike A
Reviewed March 10, 2017

I went here without knowing what to expect as I was passing by. I was totally amazed and would recommend anyone to go here if they get the chance. The history behind the Capuchins was great to learn to put the Crypt into some context....More

Thank Anza_989
Reviewed March 1, 2017

My husband had seen photos of this place prior to our trip and so we made sure to stop here. It is very small compared to the other places you might visit, however, it is absolutely one of the most unique things I saw in...More

Thank Jaywon L
Reviewed October 14, 2016

Small and quick, but sight of all those bones will stay with you long after. It's both fascinating and a bit horrifying. After a couple days of ruins and museums, my twelve year old soon enjoyed it. I wish that we could have taken pictures...More

Thank tillmalo
Reviewed September 10, 2016

some extreme christianity: upper level: gallery on the capuccini friars, lower level: cript/small chapels with human bones in various compsitions, no photos allowed, small, very crowded place

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Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

Inexpensive stop, a place to stop by out of the heat, and very interesting. A stop like no other around the world. This was our first time to Rome and a wonderful stop recommended by our tour guide. "Francesco". Again, this was our first time...More

Thank Jeff Z
Reviewed June 3, 2016

This is a crypt full of bones and skulls and all things skeletal. It does not take long to visit the 5 separate rooms - 30 minutes tops - but it makes a change from the other wonderful sights of Rome and is certainly something...More

Thank mangopablo
Reviewed May 7, 2016 via mobile

The kids were a little bit reserved but took it ok. There were children skeletons and mummified faces. But it was a good setup. The rooms in the introductory museum gave a nice background and once surrounded by bones and skeletons you could go as...More

Thank bjornhardemark
Reviewed April 1, 2016

We heard about this from our local host. First there was a small museum on the monastery and monks which was well executed but the main thing here are the crypts. All together 3700 monks' bones (if I remember correctly) are laid into delicate and...More

Thank Ira L
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and
Via Veneto neighborhood earned its reputation as a
posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and
models while bored housewives hung out in streetside
cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the
cocktails, but the neighborhood is now home to
five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law
firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
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dacranjel
August 15, 2015|
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Response from Sasha N | Reviewed this property |
Yes there's a little girl skeleton up on one of the ceilings in here. She has the scales and the scythe. Hope this helps
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leese
May 26, 2015|
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Response from BTF46 | Reviewed this property |
Hi We just walked by the church and the museum is to the right side of the church. Tickets were not a problem and the museum was very thorough before you get to the individual crypts. Have a great time!
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