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The Vatican treasure

Verantwortlicher Autor: Francesco Pace The Vatican treasure, 10.08.2018, 12:08 Uhr
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The Vatican treasure [ENA] Geographical maps gallery: Built between 1580 and 1585, the beautiful maps frescoed on the walls of this gallery represent the Italian regions and the possessions of the Church. Historical Museum - Carriage Pavilion: carriages, chairs, cars and the first locomotive of the Vatican City are preserved. Gallery of the Tapestries: An exhibition of Flemish tapestries made between 1523 and 1534. Pio Cristiano Museum: The collection of Christian antiquities consists of statues, sarcophagi and archaeological remains of the sixth century. Pinacoteca: Through eighteen rooms there are numerous paintings produced by Madioevo in the nineteenth century. Sala Sobieski and dell'Immacolata: In both rooms the paintings of the Italian nineteenth century are shown.

Vatikanische Museen

Egyptian Museum: It contains pieces acquired by various Popes including impressive Egyptian sculptures, as well as sarcophagi from the 3rd century BC You can also see statues in black basalt (copies of Egyptian models) from Villa Adriana. Etruscan Museum: It welcomes objects in ceramics, bronze and gold belonging to the Etruscan civilization. Chiaramonti Museum: Created by Pius VII Chiaramonti, there are numerous sculptures with portraits of emperors, images of deities and some funeral monuments.

Gregorian Profane Museum: Its rooms conserve Greek and Roman sculptures made between the 1st and 3rd century AD Borgia Apartment: The apartment of Pope Alexander VI Borgia is now used as an exhibition space for the Collection of Modern Religious Art. Rooms of Raphael: Raphael and his disciples decorated the apartments of Pope Julius II. Sala della Biga: A marble depicting a chariot drawn by two horses (from the 1st century AD) occupies the hall to which it gives its name. At the Vatican Museums, the exhibition Divine Creature, curated by Micol Forti, responsible for the Contemporary Art Collection of the Pope's Museums, was set up on a temporary basis.

An original initiative with a strong symbolic value as it offers the public ten photographic works by Leonardo Baldini who recreated as many masterpieces of sacred art thanks to the involvement of some special "actors": men, women, children and children with disabilities. The revisited works range from the Renaissance to the beginning of the twentieth century and create an iconographic itinerary around the main stages of the life of Jesus. In addition to the photographs and reproductions of original works, also some props and backstage shots in order to highlight the complexity of the work of the children and the numerous professionals involved.

Vatikanische Museen

The Sistine Chapel Without having seen the Sistine Chapel it is not possible to form an appreciable idea of what a man alone is able to obtain - "Johann Wolfgang von Goethe". Inaugurated on August 15th, 1483, the interior of the chapel is composed of a single nave with a lowered barrel vault with plumes and a lunette above each of the twenty windows. Inside the wonderful frescoes that cover the vault, among which stands out in the center "The Creation of Adam" and the immense "Last Judgment" that fills the wall of the altar. But in addition to Buonarroti's masterpieces inside the Chapel there are also contributions by other important artists: Pietro Perugino, Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, and others.

Raffello's rooms Probably second only to the Sistine Chapel, Raphael's rooms are undoubtedly one of the main attractions of the Vatican Museums. The rooms were the private apartments of Pope Julius II, who entrusted the realization of the frescoes to Raphael. The painter from Urbino worked there from 1508 to 1520, the year of his death, after which the work was carried out by his pupils until 1524. The most famous is undoubtedly the Stanza della Segnatura, which housed the private library of Julius II. Here are four frescoes representing the four main disciplines of knowledge: the Dispute of the Sacrament (Theology), the School of Athens (Philosophy), the Parnassus (Poetry) and Virtue and Law (Jurisprudence).

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