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Weird News Museums in Rome can be visited again

12:46  20 may  2020
12:46  20 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

The Colosseum in Rome reopens on June 1

 The Colosseum in Rome reopens on June 1 © Andreas SOLARO / AFP Tourists wearing a protective respiratory mask tour outside the Colosseo monument (Colisee, Coliseum) in downtown Rome The Colosseum in Rome, the most visited tourist site in Italy, will reopen on June 1 after more than two months of closure due to a pandemic, and will be lit for the occasion in Italian colors, we learned Tuesday from an official source.

And Rome has hidden gems that even the most intrepid travelers may not stumble across. On a recent visit , I was once again delighted by three rarely visited museums , each of which could hardly be more different from The museum ’s name can be translated roughly as the museum of souls in purgatory.

The main museums in Rome , beside the Vatican Museums , are either under state administration or owned by the municipality of Rome . In addition, there are several institutions that can be visited , such as the Quirinal Palace, as well as numerous private museums . The three major museum

The Art Museum Galleria Borghese in Rome is now one of the first large houses in Italy to open again. The valuable collection there is an attraction for tourists interested in art. Italy closed all exhibitions across the country in March due to the Corona pandemic.

In Italien durften die Museen in dieser Woche zum ersten Mal seit Anfang März wieder öffnen. © Photo: Alessandra Tarantino / AP / dpa In Italy, the museums were allowed to reopen this week for the first time since the beginning of March.

Since May 18, the houses have been allowed to open their doors to guests again. They had announced that they would allow first season ticket holders and additional visitors from May 22 onwards. Many other important houses, such as in Venice and Florence, are still preparing for the new health regulations due to the virus crisis. However, foreigners are not allowed to travel to Italy for tourist reasons. The government in Rome does not want to allow this until June 3.

Italy's top attractions open again

 Italy's top attractions open again Narrow stairs lead down to the Sistine Chapel. Usually thousands of people are stuck in front of it, cameras control the crowds. The Vatican Museums are not only known for the chapel with Michelangelo's ceiling fresco in which the election of the Pope takes place and for Raphael's stamping. © Photo: Uli Deck / picture alliance / dpa Interior view of the Sistine Chapel.

St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum , and Sistine Chapel are among the most visited sights in the world. Here are 10 Vatican tips to make your visit Tourists flock to these sights on Mondays, when other museums in Rome are closed, and, of course, over the weekends. By visiting on weekdays

Rome in may 2020 and COVID-19 - news and updates. As of May 4, we here in Rome and other cities in Italy may begin to go back out again , just about everywhere in the city. Parks and gardens should also be reopening. This depends on the mayor. On May 18, " museums , libraries

For reasons of health protection, only 80 visitors should be allowed into the spacious facility at the same time. The museum advertised that this was an opportunity to look at art without the usual masses of people. As planned due to the Corona crisis almost everywhere in Italy, tickets must be ordered in advance.

The large reopened its doors on June 2nd and will be extended until August 30th. The Museum Scuderie del Quirinale announced this. The show, which is considered the largest retrospective of the Renaissance painter, was closed in March after only a few days because of the corona pandemic. It was supposed to run until June 2nd. Now, on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the painter's death, the presentation becomes accessible again after a break of almost three months.

The Raphael Show begins with the death of the artist and illuminates his work in reverse. Around 120 paintings, drawings and other exhibits by Raphael can be seen. He was born in 1483 and died in Rome in April 1520. In cooperation with the rest of the museum, the museum also shows tapestries, documents and ancient sculptures.

Many houses worldwide sent masterpieces to the Italian capital for the exhibition. The makers thanked the lenders for making their works available longer. When reopening, strict health protection regulations will apply due to the corona virus.

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