Capitoline Museum encompasses two museums, Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori. In the Palazzo Nuovo, one can see the sculptures of Romans and Greeks. In the Hall of Philosophers, one can see the portraits of known Greek politicians, scientists and poets.
During the Middle Ages, the Palazzo dei Conservatori was the seat of the magistrate of the city. While taking a walk inside the hall, one can see colourful frescoes on the wall. Currently, political meetings are also held here at times.
The ground floor of the city houses the Municipal registry office. One can also see the sculpture of Constantine, Bernini's Medusa in the museum. The museum has paintings of Veronese, Tintoretto, Caravaggio or Van Dyck.
'She Wolf' with Romulus and Remus can be seen near the exit of the palace. Exhibitions and events are held in this museum at regular intervals.
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