Discovered this today while looking for some new sight to show to my wife in Rome, who has seen most of the popular ones. Came across an article on the Time magazine which listed this as one of ten unusual things to visit in Rome and decided to give it a try. I was not disappointed, nor was my fe, who took a lot of photos. Really unique atmosphere. Somehow the whole here is much more than the sum of the parts. I am not so interested in power plants nor in Roman statues, but somehow the two together become very interesting thanks to the fascinating contrast of two completely unrelated families of objects juxtaposed seemingly at random. By the way, it also seemed to me a very practical decision to host the spillover of the huge collection of statues from the Capitolini in the large open spaces of the Montemartini plant. Whoever had the idea, has my respect. Utterly crazy idea and yet very practical. Recommended!
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