Rome: The mausaeums of the Nasoni and Fadilla. reopen after 15 years.
The Mausoleums of the Nasoni and Fadilla reopen after years thanks to an accurate restoration promoted by the special Superintendency of Rome, don’t miss the opportunity to discover these 2 unique sites that have been not visitable for years.
An elegant decoration that today returns to be more clearly readable thanks to the work of restoration, cleaning and consolidation desired by the direction of Marina Piranomonte.
The two funerary buildings, dating back to the second century A.D., are located on the Via Flaminia near Saxa Rubra. Both, excavated in the tuff, are embellished with mosaics, paintings and stuccoes, of an unparalleled artistic value.
The two mausoleums will be reopened to the public after 15 years of restauration works.
An elegant decoration that today returns to be more clearly visibile thanks to the work of cleaning, consolidation and restoration under the direction of Marina Piranomonte.
The tomb of Fadilla was discovered in 1923, preserves intact its interior decorations. Wonderful are the paving mosaics, the parietal paintings and the decorated vault that characterize these two mausaeums.
The Nasoni tomb, however, was discovered in 1674 but unfortunately suffered various adversities. Its dimensions, the stuccoes, the richness of the depications with mythological subjects are a testimony of great importance of Antoninian age.