Missionary museum, Rome

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Rome’s Museo Missionario di Propaganda Fide (Via di Propaganda, 1/C), housed in the 17th-century Palazzo di Propaganda Fide (designed by Bernini and Francesco Borromini), contains documents, sculptures and photographs that recount four centuries of missionary work by the Catholic church. Visitors also have access, for the first time, to the halls and chapels of the Baroque palazzo. €8 ($11.75). Museum open 2:30-6 p.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.

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Rome’s Museo Missionario di Propaganda Fide (Via di Propaganda, 1/C), housed in the 17th-century Palazzo di Propaganda Fide (designed by Bernini and Francesco Borromini), contains documents, sculptures and photographs that recount four centuries of missionary work by the Catholic church. Visitors also have access, for the first time, to the halls and chapels of the Baroque palazzo. €8 ($11.75). Museum open 2:30-6 p.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.