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Children's Museum in Rome - Explora Museum

In Rome, there is the original Explora Children's Museum, which in its original Italian language is Explora il Museo dei Bambini. In addition to the fact that the museum can run and have fun, unlike school lessons, here, during the games, children will be able to learn about the various laws of physics and even put on some small experiment.
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Wonderful catch, Raphael

A wonderful catch - Raphael. 1515-1516 A wonderful catch of fish, one of the miracles created by Christ, is the first plot in a series of ten sketches for tapestries that Pope Leo X ordered Raphael for the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Raphael painted these sketches in 1515-1516; copied by many weavers, they became widely known throughout Europe.
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Pallas expelling vices from the garden of virtues, Andrea Mantegna

Pallas, expelling vices from the garden of virtues - Andrea Mantegna. Around 1499-1502, Mantegna painted this painting (approx. In the picture, Pallas runs in, dispersing everyone in his path and looking to the sky, where Moderation, Justice and Persistence are floating in the clouds. Behind her, a female figure turns into a tree, entwined with a scroll asking to virtues to punish vices.
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Wounded, Gaspare Traverse

Wounded - Gaspare Traverse. 101х128Gaspare Traversi (1732-1769) - one of the most original and subtle Neapolitan artists of the XVII century. He was a good psychologist and storyteller, so his compositions are filled with various nuances of human experiences. The painter worked on religious compositions: scenes from the life of Mary in the church of Santa Maria del Ayuto in Naples in 1749, the Old Testament scenes in the church of San Paolo Fuori de Mura in Rome in 1752 and others.
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State Museum of the History of Religion, Russia, St. Petersburg

The State Museum of the History of Religion is located in the Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg. An exhibition on the history of religion, which was held in the Winter Palace in 1930, was the impetus for the opening of the museum. The State Museum of Religion is one of the few museums in the world that describes in great detail the history of the emergence and development of religion.
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