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Events and shows in Rome
The Garden of NinfaFrom 17 April to 1 November, Via Provinciale Ninfina, 68, Cisterna di Latina
Considered to be among the most beautiful gardens in the world, in a wonderful oasis born on the ruins of the ancient medieval city of Ninfa, the Garden of Ninfa reopens its gates on Saturday 17 April 2021 and will be open to the public every weekend from 9.00 to 18.00.
The entrance to the garden is regulated exclusively by visits by reservation divided into time slots and each visit, lasting about 60 minutes, leaves every 10 minutes from the entrance.
The ticket price is € 15.00 (free for children under 12) and can be booked All info and online reservations on the website www.

Mausoleum of Augustus: Extraordinary opening
The mausoleum of Augustus is the funerary monument located in Piazza Augusto Imperatore, between via del Corso and the Ara Pacis, in the Campo Marzio district.
After 14 years it reopens to the public and from 1 March to 21 April 2021 it will be possible to visit the Mausoleum of Augustus for free with reservations required.
The Mausoleum will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 16.00 (last admission at 15.00), with limited admission every hour. Until 21 April the visit will be free for everyone while from 22 April to 31 December 2021 access will be free only for residents of Rome.

Josef Koudelka. RootsUntil May 16, 2021, Museo dell"Ara Pacis
The exhibition is dedicated to the great photographer of the Magnum Photos agency who offers his photographic and artistic interpretation of some of the most important archaeological sites of Roman and Greek culture, in an itinerary through twenty countries, from Greece to Lebanon, from Syria to Algeria, from Turkey to Italy and over two hundred locations overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
A truly unique exploration that is unprecedented, in which the artist cultivates a particular predilection for the ruins, without celebrating their melancholy atmosphere but with the aim of restoring their authentic beauty.

The legacy of Caesar and the conquest of timeFrom 8 February to 31 December, Musei Capitolini , Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
A multimedia exhibition project that recounts in an evocative and engaging way the events and the protagonists of the history of ancient Rome through the Fasti Capitolini.Among the lines carved in marble, the history of Rome is told, which everyone studies in school books and, often, to the hasty visitor the mention of universally known personalities, Romulus, Tarquinio the Superb, Julius Caesar, Augustus, as well as famous battles and important conquests, escapes.
Hours : From 9:30 to 19:30 (Monday to Friday)
last admission one hour before
Prices : 15 € (full) 13 € (reduced)

The Torlonia Marbles. Collecting MasterpiecesUntil to 29th June 2021, Palazzo Caffarelli, Musei Capitolini
Over 90 works selected from the 620 marbles cataloged and belonging to the Torlonia collection, the most prestigious private collection of ancient sculptures, significant for the history of art, excavations, restoration, taste, museography, archaeological studies. The exhibition is divided into five sections, in which the history of collecting ancient, Roman and Greek marbles is told.The exhibition ends with a view on the exedra of the Capitoline Museums where the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius is gathered, the Roman she-wolf and the Lateran bronzes that Sixtus IV donated to the city in 1471.
Hours : From 9:30 am to 7:30 pm (every day) Last admission one hour before
Prices : 17 €

Italy in-waiting. 12 photographic storiesUntil 13 June, Galleria Nazionale d"Arte Antica - Palazzo Barberini, Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13
The exhibition presents the works commissioned to Italian photographers of different generations as part of a project dedicated to the creation of a visual archive of Italy during the health emergency. The selected authors have created photographic projects that tell the emptiness and suspension in life ordinary in an extraordinary moment like the pandemic, they have probed urban and extra-urban landscapes, sites and places of the culture of the Peninsula, their own places and spaces close to them. The aim of the project and the exhibition, in fact, is to propose a choral and polyphonic story of the current situation, while at the same time taking into account how the lockdown and the health emergency may have influenced the gaze of some of the main Italian visual narrators.
Hours : From 10:00 to 18:00 (Monday to Friday)
The ticket office closes at 5pm
Prices : 10 € (full price) 2 € (reduced from 18 to 25 years) free for children 18 years old

Rome. Massimo SiragusaUntil 14 March, Museo di Roma in Trastevere , Piazza di S. Egidio, 1/b
Through about one hundred color photographs, he recounts the outskirts of the capital.A journey into the outskirts, told through the attentive gaze of his camera, almost a documentary, with landscapes in which finds from the past and the ancient splendor of Rome coexist with the buildings of the Sixties, with the streets transformed into parking lots and illegal buildings.
Hours : from 10:00 to 20:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : € 8.50 (full non-residents) € 7.50 (reduced non-residents)
€ 7.50 (full for residents) € 6.50 (reduced for residents)

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