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National Gallery of Modern Art

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Overview

Title
National Gallery of Modern Art
Author
carol_79
Rating
3.88
Year
1883 AD
Cost
6.5 €
Average visit time
105 minutes
Address
Viale delle Belle Arti, 00197 Rome RM
Hours of operation
8.30am-7.30pm. Monday closed
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Description

The National Gallery of Modern Art is one of the largest museums in Italy and contains over 5,000 works. The collection offers the most complete overview of Italian art from 1800 until today. The National Gallery of Modern Art, located close to the Bioparco, was founded in 1883, a few years after the establishment of the Italian State. During this period the Italian Government decided to dedicate the museum to all contemporary artists living or deceased. For this reason the museum's collections reflects the 1800s: romanticism, realism, pointillism, Macchiaioli and symbolism.