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History of the Sagrada Familia Stop Motion Video

History of the Sagrada Familia Stop Motion Video

Have you ever wondered about the construction of the Sagrada Familia? Have you ever wanted to know when construction started, when it is expected to be finished and important events throughout the history of this Barcelona icon? Well, if you have then all your questions will be answered with our amazing stop motion video. more ...

Brueghel. Wonders of Flemish Art exhibition in Rome

Brueghel. Wonders of Flemish Art exhibition in Rome

“Brueghel, Wonders of Flemish Art” is one of the most eagerly awaited exhibitions in Rome this year. Dedicated to the celebrated dynasty of artists, this exceptional exhibition allows some of the finest pieces of art from the Flemish Golden Age to be seen in the Italian Capital. The exhibition will be in the Chiostro del Bramante until the 2nd of June 2013. more ...

Kooza, Cirque du Soleil’s New Spectacle

Kooza, Cirque du Soleil’s New Spectacle

Imagine under the one enormous tent acrobats and clowns, strength and fragility, harmony and chaos…circus at its most pure. All this is Kooza (box in Sanskrit), the new Cirque du Soleil spectacle.more ...

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, a World of Colour

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, a World of Colour

Born in Groot-Zundert in 1853, Vincent Van Gogh was an artist who never received recognition for his work whilst he was alive, in fact it is said he only managed to sell one of his paintings. Today his paintings are universally admired and his thick energetic brush strokes attract more than 1.5 million visitors to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam every year.more ...

The Picasso Museum in Malaga

The Picasso Museum in Malaga

Pablo Picasso used to say that “everything which can be imagined is real”, something which is definitely in evidence in the Picasso Museum in Malaga. The Malagan artist always wanted his works to be exhibitied in his home city, but despite the fact that procedures began in 1953, the museum didn’t become reality until much after his death.more ...

Night-time visits to the Dali Museum

Night-time visits to the Dali Museum

The nights of Dali will be celebrating their 21st edition this year. In its day, the initiative of opening the museum during the summer nights was a risky proposition, but when visits kept growing year upon year, they realised they were onto something. more ...

Museums of Florence

Museums of Florence

Florence is itself a small artists’ gem: the catedral, the Ponte Vecchio, its melancholy streets, the rosary of Gothic and Renaissance churches… Some of its palatial buildings hold museums capable of intoxicating the senses with fantastic masterpieces in the history of art. more ...

Leonardo de Vinci's The Last Supper

Leonardo de Vinci's The Last Supper

We’ve seen it in art books, in Hollywood films, in photographs… almost everyone knows the highly famous painting of “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci, but what not everyone knows is that this universal masterpiece of painting can be found in Milan.more ...

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