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Body Worlds exhibition more views of Rome

The exhibition Body Worlds is one most popular exhibitions of Rome in this moment, and in his last exposure period from Friday to Sunday open until 11:00 PM. The exhibition of Gunther von Hagens in the beautiful newly renovated spaces of the SET, in Tirso Street proved to be the most fascinating to discover together the anatomy, the transformations that ...

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Tamara de Lempicka, exhibition in Rome

90 paintings, 30 drawings, 50 photographs and 2 short films: these are the figures of the exhibition dedicated to Tamara de Lempicka, on view at the Vittoriano complex in Rome (Via Di San Pietro In Carcere) from 11th March to 10th July 2011. The exact title of the exhibition is Tamara de Lempicka – La regina del moderno (meaning The ...

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Exhibition in Rome: Chagall at Ara Pacis

Rome celebrates the 25th anniversary of Marc Chagall’s death with an unprecedented exhibition dedicated to the brilliant Bielorusian French artist and pioneer of modernism. With 138 paintings and drawings on display coming from a number of private collections and museums, like the National Museum Marc Chagall of Nice and the National Museum of Modern Art Georges Pompidou, the Chagall exhibition ...

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Caravaggio Exhibition in Rome 2011: la bottega del Genio

A major exhibition in honour of Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi, commonly known as Caravaggio, is on view at Palazzo Venezia, in Rome, (119 Via del Plebiscito), from 22nd December 2010 to 29th May 2011, 10.00 – 19.00, Tuesday to Sunday. The second in two years, this Caravaggio exhibition in Rome is a not to be missed event for all who ...

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Van Gogh Exhibition in Rome

“Van Gogh, Timeless Countryside And Modern City” is the title of the exhibition that brings back to Rome the great Dutch post-impressionist painter after more than 20 years since the last exhibition in his honour. The Vittoriano complex, also known as the Typewriter or Altar of the Fatherland, located in downtown Rome just in front of Venice Square, hosts this ...

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Rome Walking Tour

Here are some tips to take a fun Rome Walking Tour: start your tour from Piazza Venezia, at the end of Via del Corso, and admire the towering monument of Vittoriano, dedicated to the first king of Italy Victor Emmanuel II. The monument, built from 1911 and 1935, is also called Altar of the Fatherland. Behind the Vittoriano is the Basilica ...

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