Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome
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Sono andata a vedere la mostra su "Ettore Scola" al bel museo BELOTTI,la mostra è molto interessante e per vederla bene ci vuole circa un'ora.....al museo potete anche vedere il bellissimo Ninfeo ed a... read more »I went to see the exhibition on "Ettore Scola" to the Nice Museum, the exhibition is very interesting and BELOTTI to see it well it takes about an hour ... the Museum you can also see the beautiful nymphaeum and the works of De Chirico.Il Museum is located in Villa Borghese (from piazzale Flaminio you can go walk about 20 minutes) or you can take any bus that goes inside the Villa Borghese. Before you go watch hours of operation!!!show original
После многочисленных итальянских музеев современного искусства имя художника Джорджо де Кирико уже не является пустым звуком, его работы и автопортреты легко узнаваемы, проникаешься к ним какой-то теп... read more »After numerous Italian museums of modern art, the name of the artist Giorgio de Chirico is no longer empty, his works and self-portraits are easily recognizable, you are inspired to them some warm sympathy. In the private Museum of the Carlo Bilotti Museum paintings de Chirico a lot, but there are no visitors at all. Visiting the Museum gave us only positive emotions.show original
Музей находится в парке Боргезе, немного не доходя до пруда. Вход свободный, что не может не радовать; по понедельникам музей закрыт. Коллекция небольшая; здесь можно ознакомиться с работами знаменито... read more »The Museum is located in the Park of Villa Borghese, a bit before reaching the pond. Admission is free, which is good; on Monday the Museum is closed. A small collection; Here you can familiarize with works of famous 20th century Italian painter Giorgio de Chirico. Other authors were not familiar.show original
A so-so permanent collection, but varied and interesting temporary ones when we were there. Admission is free, so it's worth dropping in to see what they have.
Matteo De MartinoThe paintings of De Chirico, housed inside the Museum, gives a unique suggestionshow original
Marco De MaioTo visit.show original
Antony musicalBeautiful facilitiesshow original
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