The Castel Sant’Angelo is a marvelous sight and fortunately, it is only one of the truly astonishing buildings that roam the streets of Rome. It is, however, one of the oldest remaining buildings where construction started in 135 AD. The Castel is also a museum specializing in ancient roman arts and architecture. However, is it worth visiting or is it simply another tourist attraction? We wanted to find out and thus decided to analyze the National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo.
What did we find out?
The “building” in itself is highly graded at a 4,48 / 5 and visitors love its beauty. Its sentiment has however declined this year. Furthermore, the Castel’s “history”, as well as the history of its items, is graded at 4,62 / 5. It manages to captivate its visitors beyond beauty, it has a story that enraptures its audience. Lastly, the “restaurant”, situated on the top floor is very well received by customers.
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The National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo is the perfect place if you want to indulge in Rome’s rich and immense history. The building is a piece of art in itself and provides a staggering view of Rome. It’s truly amazing and everything you could ask for. It is a piece of history that hopefully, will remain.
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