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A new study hall opens at Palazzo Braschi

from 24 December 2023 to 30 April 2024

Art and beauty are married with culture, accessible to all. At Palazzo Braschi, the 18th-century palace overlooking Piazza Navona built by Pope Pius VI and home to the Museo di Roma, a new public study hall has been inaugurated, with access totally free of charge, kicking off the project desired by the City’s Department of Culture to create a network of spaces complementary to libraries.

A place to study or devote oneself to the pleasure of reading in the heart of the historic center, surrounded by the incomparable beauty that only Rome can offer: compared to “normal” libraries, the Palazzo Braschi study hall is also open on weekends and follows the museum’s opening hours, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Located on the ground floor of the museum, it is barrier-free and currently has 16 stations. It can be accessed without reservations: only the consultation of the archival and bibliographic holdings of the museum documentation center is poured as always to scholars and researchers who request it.

Further openings are planned during 2024 to promote culture throughout the city and revitalize the historic center with cultural services available to everyone, young and old. The new study halls in Rome that will join the network will be publicized through a dedicated portal.

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