National Etruscan Museum in System Hub
The stunning National Etruscan Museum was built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555. The magnificent building is also known as the Villa Giulia and attracts with its Renaissance architecture, extensive art collections, and marvelous gardens. In the museum, visitors can explore pottery, jewelry, funeral urns, bronzes, and sculptures. The most valuable objects inside are terracotta figures and a sarcophagus from 520 BC.