The Museo di Roma is housed in the beautiful neoclassical Palazzo Braschi, located between the Piazza Navona, the Campo de Fiori, the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and the Piazza Pasquino. This is the civic museum of Rome. The reason of my visit was the fine exhibition "Canova The Mark of Glory", in which were on display 79 drawings by the famous Italian sculptor, "one of the largest existing collections of drawings in the world, donated by Giovan Battista Sartori Canova, the artist's stepbrother, between 1849 and 1857 to the Civic Museum of Bassano." It was a remarkable experience!
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