Rome – Vatican Museums

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Vatican Museums in Rome house their fabulous masterpieces in palaces originally built for Renaissance popes such as Julius II, Innocent VIII and Sixtus IV. Most of the later addition were made in the 18th century, when priceless works of art accumulated by earlier popes were firts put on show. Vatican Museum is home to the […]

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Top 6 Museums to visit in Bologna

Bologna, 21/11/2011. Palazzo Pepoli. Primo piano. Sala: La città delle acque.

The first on our list is Palazzo Pepoli, the Museum of the History of Bologna, it has recently undergone an incredible renovation courtesy of the Genus Bononiae Foundation with the architect Mario Bellini. The Museum is dedicated to the history, culture and the transformation Bologna has undergone through the ages. Unlike in many Italian museums […]

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Barcelona – Fundació Joan Miró Museum


Josep Lluís Sert, who spent the years of the Franco dictatorship as dean of the School of Design at Harvard University, designed one of the greatest museum buildings in the world on his return. Approachable, light and airy, these white walls and arches house a collection of more than 225 paintings, 150 sculptures and all […]

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Top 3 Museums in Amsterdam


Discover History, Art and Moving Stories at Amsterdam’s Top Attractions. These homes to historic and artistic wonders are the most treasured museums in Amsterdam, and all Amsterdam visitors should try to make it to at least one or two them. 1. Rijksmuseum As the country’s largest national museum undergoes extensive renovation (the timeline for which […]

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