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Promoter of the Arts Museum, Turin

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  • Attracted by advertising with which has been papered Turin, we gave away tickets to our 4 grandchildren, two of seven years and two of twelve (although we knew that the latter would not be suitable). There is little salt with reproductions of dinosaurs and some objects moving a limb or head but stereotypically ... We stopped to read the legends but anyway after only 30 minutes we were out. Nobody had the courage to say anything, not even the two smaller ... It's not a view or the maternal age is for small ... Was not to please us adults but the disappointment on the faces of our grandchildren was obvious ... I wouldn't recommend it even if it was free ... Let alone having paid six tickets.
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  • We took the kids to visit the dinosaur exhibit and actually we expected something more, the tour of the exhibits ends in about twenty minutes, also making the rounds in reverse to see dinosaurs in front of you which children have some progress. Almost all dinosaurs have a movement or sound. To entertain them a little more we stopped at a table where children have the opportunity to learn how to draw dinosaurs by watching a video.
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  • I saw today in Rome, and found it to be absolutely beautiful. Today we are bombarded with media stuff, but I have to be honest, that the combination with art is truly spectacular. The choice of works, phrases and written by Van Gogh, resuscitated, they move, they create fabulous movement. All this is accompanied by music absolutely sublime, which brings to life the art, I think in a way quite comprehensive, combining the Visual, with the emotions triggered by the music spot. While you're there, if you know how to listen, concentrate and contemplate, you feel REALLY WINDED from art!!! the only flaw, not for the exhibition or Gallery, too many people with continuous photos (then believe they do bad reviews if you do not know how to enjoy anything) and too many parents idiots who leave their children screaming, play hateful!! I also read of people who wrote that the show is seen in 20 minutes, well actually you also visit 5 if run, inside there are cushions for seating and benches, precisely because it must be contemplated, then for who knows to do is beautiful and a unique experience.
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