Torlonia Marbles to go on Display

June 12 2020

Image of Torlonia Marbles to go on Display

Picture: WantedinRome.com

Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

96 marble sculptures from the Torlonia collection will finally be unveiled to the public in Rome this September. The collection, which was amassed between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries by the Italian Torlonia family, has been hidden away since the war and opened only to experts or visiting dignitaries. The restoration of the collection has been financed by the luxury jeweller Bvlgaria.

The collection will be on display in Palazzo Caffarelli at the city's Capitoline Museums from 25 September 2020 till 27 June 2021.

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