Numerous Rome museums will stay open late on Saturday 22 September.
Italy presents a nationwide programme of more than 1,000 events to mark European Heritage Days which is held across Europe on the weekend of 22-23 September.
Many of Rome's museums and archaeological sites will stay open late on Saturday 22 September, with symbolic ticket prices of €1, and numerous special happenings scheduled in the city's museums on Sunday 23 September.
One of the highlights this year will be the special opening of Palazzo Farnese, seat of the French embassy, which welcomes visitors (for free and without booking) from 09.00-21.00 on 23 September.
Held annually across Europe since 1991, the European Days of Patrimony initiative is designed to emphasise the common cultural heritage shared between Europeans. This year the theme is L'Arte di condividere (The Art of Sharing).
For more details about events in Rome and the Lazio region see the Beni Culturali website.
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