The Capitoline Museums belong to the collection of most precious historical heritage sites of Rome, Italy's capital. It's a pair of buildings, known as 'palazzi', where visitors can see the vast collection of various paintings and sculptures, which depict different parts of rich Roman history. There is truly a lot to see there; just to explore the monumental collection of busts can take a curious history lover several long hours.The visitors can reach the museum from Michelangelo's steps, and, to move between the buildings, there is an option of using an underground tunnel. There are also special exhibitions organized in the museum buildings for its visitors. Thankfully, the personnel has all the visitors' needs in mind, and for those who nees a break, there's cafe with cozy interiors, where one can rest, while enjoying fabulous views.
From the small steps of the ancient Roman Square is Mount Capitorio. The palace buildings on both sides are the famous Museum of Capitorio. The marble lines on the square are super beautiful.
A square on Mount Capitolio in Rome, designed by Michelangelo, has a radial geometry on the ground. There are three statues of the city government of Rome, the bronze statue of the emperor riding a horse and the God of wisdom, the God of the Tiber River and the body of the lion with human face. In the center of the square is a bronze statue of the emperor Marco Oleo on horseback, which is the best bronze statue preserved in Rome. Of course, this one on the square is a replica, while the genuine one is kept in the Museum of the new palace. It's worth a look.
Although the mountain is not very high, it is home to some of the most famous buildings of ancient Rome. Of course, most of the buildings here today are Renaissance buildings, with a few remaining ruins.
From the point of view of the square, this is a good view, because it is one of the seven mountains in Rome. On the opposite side of the museum, there is a statue of Lupa, the goddess, or enter the museum to enjoy the history of the real Roman Empire. The museum also has a statue of Medusa's head.
The main thing on this hill is actually a museum of Capitorio. The tickets to this museum are still very expensive, but when you go in, you will find that the sculptures inside are still worth seeing.
One of the seven hills in Rome is also the tallest one. It is an important religious and political center at the beginning of the founding of Rome. On one side is the Plaza of Ancient Rome.
On a sloping hill, similar to a church or castle. You can see from above, standing on the hill and looking at the sunset, there are many small pubs around the most beautiful, and there is a square with a pillar on it.
This place is not a mountain, at most a small hill, it is actually a very small Roman site, there is a good museum, but the tickets are very expensive. It is mainly the site where some sculptures have been found.
There are mainly two scenic spots on this hill. One is a small-scale ancient Roman site and the other is a museum displaying the sculptures and sculptures unearthed from this site. I personally recommend going to the museum, although the tickets are very expensive.