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Italy Opens The Doors Of Its Museums Free Of Charge

by HFCadmin ·

Art lovers and those interested in culture will be paying attention in Italy on the weekend of 26 and 27 September celebrates a special event: “European heritage day”. The art and culture lovers countless ways to make his visit to Italy an unforgettable experience offering over 1,500 museums across the country. And on that weekend, the purse is thereby not even strained. Details can be found by clicking Katie Greene or emailing the administrator. As Germany’s largest online travel portal ab-in-den-urlaub.de reported, film and music performances take place during the celebrations of free exhibitions, guided tours, as well as theatre. Rome, Florence, Milan and Perugia – in all cities of Italy can get the visitors to enjoy of the artistic and cultural monuments. Often, public library, cinemas and theatre these days require no admission. Several works from the Renaissance, Baroque and neoclassicism can be seen in the Uffizi in Florence, for example.

Also a visit to the exhibition “Splendour and Reason” It is worthwhile in any case. Who closer to deal with contemporary art, is in good hands at the “Academia”Gallery. There appear works of art by Robert Mapplethorpe. The capital presented in the “Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna Contemporanea” paintings by both Italian and international artists. The focus is mainly on the works of the 19th and 20th centuries. Smaller exhibitions and thematic collections are also available. So, the life of the greatest Italian poet can be traced to the “Casa Museo di Dante”.

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