23 Feb-18 May. The Augusteum of the Roman colony of Narona in Croatia was erected in 10 BC and destroyed at the end of the 4th century AD. Here the statues of Augustus, his family and successors were guarded. The exhibition shows a reconstruction of the cell in the temple with the statues and other remains.
Address Vatican Museums, Viale del Vaticano. For information tel. 0669883041. Mon-Fri 08.45-15.20. Sat and last Sun of the month 08.45-12.20. Closed Sun and holidays.
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LAugusteum di Narona. Roma al di l dellAdriatico.
Vatican Museums, Viale del Vaticano. For information tel. 0669883041. Mon-Fri 08.45-15.20. Sat and last Sun of the month 08.45-12.20. Closed Sun and holidays.
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