After all the churches and oil paintings of Rome, this is something a little bit different. The rooms with the bones are very interesting, and some of the decoration is quite beautiful as long as you are not squeamish. They insist on conservative dress but have scarves available for bare-shouldered women. I don't think the audio guide was worth having - it didn't describe the bones rooms at all, just the little museum before hand, which was all explained in english on the labels anyway
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