The Hadrian’s Mausoleum in Rome is known as Sant’Angelo Castle and is a cylindrical building located in Adriano Park.
The castle was originally ordered by Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family.
The building was later used by popes as a fortress and castle, and now it is a museum.
The Mausoleum, the fortress, and the papal citadel, this imposing monument, houses now the Museo Nazionale, which exhibits its collections of ceramics, weapons, furniture and Renaissance paintings.
In order to create a wider idea about this impressive tourist destination, we invite you to watch the attached photo gallery.