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These are the best cultural venues in town based on their, FACILITIES and ARTISTIC QUALITY.
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Published: September  29, 2014

Keats Shelley House

Situated at the right foot of the Spanish Steps, just a few steps away from Spagna metro station, the Keats-Shelley House is a museum dedicated to the English Romantic poets, who were spellbound by the Eternal City. 26 Piazza di Spagna is most famous for being the final dwelling place of John Keats, who died here in 1821, aged just 25, and to this day Keatsís bedroom is preserved as a shrine to his tragic story and extraordinary talent. Displayed through a chain of beautiful rooms, the collection contains a great many treasures and curiosities associated with the lives and works of the Romantic poets, as well as one of the finest libraries of Romantic literature in the world; now numbering more than 8,000 volumes. In addition to the exhibition rooms, there are two spacious terraces boasting stunning views, a book and gift shop, and a small cinema room where visitors can watch an exclusive introductory film about the Romantics. Group visits and talks are available by booking, and the rooms of the House and its terrace are also available for private hire by contacting they.

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Address :

Piazza di Spagna, 26 00187 Roma, Italia

Phone :

+39 06 678 4235

Schedule :

Tues - Sat: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm; 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Published: September  29, 2014

Keats Shelley House

Situated at the right foot of the Spanish Steps, just a few steps away from Spagna metro station, the Keats-Shelley House is a museum dedicated to the English Romantic poets, who were spellbound by the Eternal City. 26 Piazza di Spagna is most famous for being the final dwelling place of John Keats, who died here in 1821, aged just 25, and to this day Keatsís bedroom is preserved as a shrine to his tragic story and extraordinary talent. Displayed through a chain of beautiful rooms, the collection contains a great many treasures and curiosities associated with the lives and works of the Romantic poets, as well as one of the finest libraries of Romantic literature in the world; now numbering more than 8,000 volumes. In addition to the exhibition rooms, there are two spacious terraces boasting stunning views, a book and gift shop, and a small cinema room where visitors can watch an exclusive introductory film about the Romantics. Group visits and talks are available by booking, and the rooms of the House and its terrace are also available for private hire by contacting they.