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Rome and its House Museums
27 August 2015

Rome and its House Museums

Among the famous monuments Rome hides many house museums, those that have hosted artists from poets, writers, musicians and painters to. Homes that have received and inspired men from particular talent who found inspiration in this beautiful city, even for a short time. Rome is home to as many as 11 museum houses offering a unique itinerary, away from traditional paths that make Rome a city for connoisseurs.

Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum
A museum dedicated to the sculptor and American painter who lived in Rome for 40 years. Homes That have received and inspired men from Particular talent who found inspiration in this beautiful city, even for a short time.Rome is home to as many as 11 museum houses offering a unique itinerary, away from traditional paths that make Rome a city for connoisseurs.

Casa di Goethe
The Goethe House is in Via del Corso , is where the poet stayed during his trip to Rome in 1786. The museum has a permanent exhibition about the adventures of the poet in Rome, to this are added exhibitions dedicated to travel and German traditions. Inside the museum you can find a library of first editions of the works of Goethe as well as texts of literary criticism. The entrance is provided daily, except Monday, from 10:00 to 17:30, the cost of the ticket is 5 euro and Sundays from 11:00 visits to ride in Italian are free.

Casa Museo Alberto Moravia
A simple and modern apartment houses the works of art. objects and texts of the writer. Paintings and drawings on paper donated by her friends and kept the writer, oriental objects auitano to imagine the daily life of a life spent in art in all its forms. The five rooms of the rooms offer beautiful trails in the private life of one of the most important figures of twentieth century literature. The museum is located on the Lungotevere della Vittoria, the visits take place by appointment only.

Pirandello's House
The last home Roman author who retains the original furniture; a bedroom, a living room and a terrace that welcomed Pirandello after his stay in Berlin and Paris. Sofas, bookcases and desks in the apartment are the property of the author and date back to the early twentieth century; beautiful is the personal library that includes about 2,000 volumes. The museum is located a few steps from Piazza Bologna, you can visit it from Monday and Tuesday from 9.00 to 14.00 and on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.00 - 18.00 hrs.

In these houses the museum, which are perhaps the most important, it possno add more, all hidden in the most beautiful streets of Rome: Museo Pietro Canonica, Venanzio Crocetti Museum, Casa-Museo Mario Praz, Keats-Shelley House, Museo Casa Scelsi, Giorgio and Isa de Chirico, Studio of painter Francis Trombadori.

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