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Museo Barracco di Scultura Antica information
This charming museum boasts a fascinating collection of early Mediterranean sculpture. You’ll find Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Assyrian, Cypriot and Egyptian works, all donated to the state by Baron Giovanni Barracco in 1902.
The palazzo housing the museum, known as the Piccolo Farnesina, was built for a French clergyman, Thomas Le Roy, in 1523.