Museo Nazionale D'Arte Orientale, Rome
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Piccolo museo, ma depositario di una interessante collezione di reperti antichi provenienti da Iran, Afganistan, Tibet, Cina, Corea e Giappone. Molti reperti provengono dalle spedizioni del marchigian... read more »Small museum, but the depositary of an interesting collection of antiquities from Iran, Afghanistan, Tibet, China, Korea and Japan. Many exhibits are from the expeditions of the marches, Giuseppe Tucci, who in the early twentieth century he entered and make first archaeological research in areas closed to Westerners. His books "the way of swat", "Tibet", are still valuable primary sources of news on many Asian civilizations. There are, among other things, bits of civilization Gandara, ancient ceramics, Tibetan Buddhist sculptures Indian and Iranian tanka. The prehistoric section was closed. 6 euro ticket.show original
Avete voglia di immergervi nella spirituale contemplativa ed elegante arte orientale, ma siete nella caotica Roma? Non temete come ogni capitale Occidentale che si rispetti contiene pezzi d'arte e mer... read more »You feel like diving into contemplative spiritual and elegant Oriental art, but you are in Rome? Fear not like every self-respecting Western capital contains pieces of art and wonders of the East. Right next to via merulana National Museum of the Orient that lets us know the Buddha in all facets large Small statues that tell his personal story, rich in decorations, beautiful one with the Dragons. Manufactures refined with diviziosi details or legendary symbols. Oriental carpets to fly with fantasy in their magical atmosphere:)show original
Ho approfittato di una delle prime domeniche del mese con ingresso gratuito per visitare questo museo e ho scoperto una perla di immensa bellezza nella città di Roma. Uno scrigno che racchiude un teso... read more »I took advantage of one of the first Sunday of the month with free admission to visit this Museum and I discovered a gem of magnificence in the city of Rome. A casket containing a hidden treasure that I come back to visit many times and I will disclose as much as possible. I didn't know about this museum which is unfortunately abandoned for lack of funds. Structural weaknesses such as the overall lighting could penalize the visit just to read the captions, which I thought was in-depth and exciting, as it works and exhibits are all lit up individually and valued in their artistic merits. Indeed, perhaps the contrast between darkness and light that pervades the work helps create a rare suggestion that makes the visitor involved emotionally and physically in a rarefied size similar to the Visual effect of a play. If there is dedicated to the thorough reading of the explanatory captions you access a level of understanding and enjoyment of the sculptures, by sharing cultural and religious context which allows you to frame what you are admiring and understand intimately the value and meaning. The overall visit is organized in each dedicated to different geographic areas with particular emphasis on certain historical periods even if they try to introduce the exhibits available without constraints. The first room is devoted to Iran and Afghanistan, before moving to Tibet and Nepal with statues and manufactories of the eighth century. of sublime beauty. In this room as well as an overview of findings is given ample space to the development of concepts and principles of Buddhism and Buddha figure, which are crucial to really understand the meaning of what has been said, avoiding the risk of watching them in stereotypically and oddly. In addition to the story present transmit the profound interconnectedness and mobility of cultural elements that have traveled in a territorial wide basin, branching in a capillary with influences from Greek and western area until cultures. The other rooms are dedicated to China, to Japan and to rotate to other areas such as Korea, to display needs. Despite the structural deficiencies the environments are maintained in a clean, dust free decoration that settles on the teche or smell of dust or streaks or fingerprints on the glass. It is undeniable that would be lots of things to improve, but these I think are related to insult and economic disinvestment dominates in our country as a political choice, why maybe this declink respinsabilità of sarebve unfair given State only to its internal management. Stunning the Palace which contains this view. In the heart of Rome, hidden and unknown probably most of its own inhabitants. A treasure must promote and defend, which leaves traces vivid to those lucky enough to discover it and live it.show original
wonderful museum...I spent a most interesting afternoon there ,about 10 days ago...loved the iranian ceramics...very beautiful,and the beautiful Korean celadons,of the Goryeo period....a museum to revisit on my next visit to Rome...molto divertente...gratie.
MikkednIncredibly interesting Museum, little salt, but well organized and full of simple, comprehensive and interesting information. The Guide at the entrance was very professional and polite. Recommended for all fansshow original
Mauro IanniPersonally I did not appreciate, I found it a little bit. It felt like a home decorated.show original
Simone MassiThe Museum houses the largest and most important collection of antiquities from the middle and the far East, the result of donations and some Italian expeditions in the early 20th century. Much of the work you have to scout marches Giuseppe Tucci, to whom the Museum is named.show original
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