Between Europe and Asia….(and through Rome)

The eighteenth-century Palazzo Braschi, the Museum of Rome, is located in the heart of Renaissance.

Here I suggest you the exhibition:
“Dvin: An Armena Capitale between Europe and Asia”

As part of the International Biennale of Culture the “Silk Roads“, are exhibited at Palazzo Braschi artistic artifacts, archaeological and numismatic, and ethnographic objects as well as historical photographs, from the Historical Museum of Armenia, which date from IV the XVI century . A.D.

The exhibition traces the history of Dvin, great ancient capital of Armenia, an important town on the road that connected the East and West.
Forty art artifacts are exhibited: capitals, sculptures, hangings, ceramics.

The mystery of the Orient before Marco Polo….

Ticket price: 10 euros

Entrance from Piazza Navona and Piazza San Pantaleo 2, 10 Rome
Tuesday-Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00
24 and 31 December from  10:00 to 14:00

…………………………………………..see you!

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