MUSEO DELL'ARTE CLASSICA
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At the end of the 19th century, Professor Emanuel Löwy began to build a “plaster museum” for study purposes. It consisted of plaster statues of Greek originals and Roman copies. In the 1930s, this collection was transferred to the newly constructed Sapienza University of Rome since other locations had become too small. Today, the museum has about 1,200 plaster statues, which are presented chronologically and students can be found amongst the statues, reading books.

OPENING TIMES
Mon–Fri 9 am to 7 pm
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Metro B Policlinico
TYPE
Museum / collection

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