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The Baths of Diocletian were public baths in ancient Rome, in what is now Italy. Named after emperor Diocletian and built from 298 AD to 306 AD, they were the largest of the imperial baths. The project was originally commissioned by Maximian upon his return to Rome in the autumn of 298 and was continued after his and Diocletian's abdication under Constantius, father of Constantine. The baths were open until c. 537, when the Ostrogoths cut off aqueducts from the city of Rome. Wikipedia
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Skip-the-line Private Tour of Palazzo Massimo National Roman Museum in Rome
Over this 2-hour private tour, you’ll enjoy skip-the-line entry to the National Roman Museum, one of the world’s most important collections of classic and admire collection highlights including the ‘Boxer at Rest’, the ‘Discus Thrower’, and the ‘Sleeping Hermaphrodite’. Explore the extraordinary painted rooms from the Villa of Empress Livia, colourful original mosaics, ancient coins and jewels.
Palazzo Massimo: discovery of the great masterpieces of the Roman National Museum
How was the decoration of the sumptuous Roman residences? This is the question everyone asks as they stroll through the ancient ruins. Through its wonderful collection of Roman paintings and sculptures, the visit of the National Roman Museum allows you to admire and discover what, in large part, is no longer preserved in archaeological sites. The frescoes, mosaics, bronzes and antique marbles are admirably displayed to make us travel in time.
Mamma Mia! Rome Guided Tour of Palazzo Massimo & the Diocletian's Baths
If you're looking to see ancient Roman art, then Palazzo Massimo is for you! On this 3-hour private tour you'll discover many treasures from the past and you'll visit the ancient Baths of Diocletian too. Meet your local guide at the entrance of Palazzo Massimo and enter in to visit the spectacular collections of classical art. Gain insight into the individual pieces, the palace and its history as you take in the many highlights on display. From crowns and jewels on the basement level, to Greek and Roman statues on the first floor and magnificent frescoes and mosaics on the second floor. Some of the artworks you won't want to miss are the Boxer at Rest and the famous Discus Thrower that illustrates historical Olympic games. Visit the Diocletian Baths, named after Emperor Diocletian, the largest public baths in Ancient Rome, which held up to 3000 people at one time. See how the baths have been converted into the Santa Maria degli Angeli church built by Michelangelo.
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