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Events and shows in Rome
B-Jesus. The crib of the futureFrom 14 January to 6 February 2021, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, Roma
A "robotic" nativity scene designed by Guillermo Mariotto was installed in the "Nicola Calipari" gardens in Piazza Vittorio as part of the Roma Capitale initiatives.
It was supposed to turn on its lights at the beginning of January but, due to adverse weather conditions, the installation has been postponed for a few days and the special crib will be open from January 14th to February 6th.
“B-Jesus. The nativity scene of the future "is an artistic installation, 19.52 meters long by 14 meters wide, which will represent Italy seen from the sky and which starts from Rome to reach other Italian cities

Archeo-trekking to the Parco degli AcquedottiSunday 24 January and Sunday 21 February, via Valerio Publicola
Strolling inside enjoying the paths, the water channels and the wide countryside views, you will be guided to the discovery of a villa of the second century AD, a tower of the thirteenth century, a medieval farmhouse and then there are them, the aqueducts: at first glance only two, in reality you will discover many more as well as the canals, the same ones that allowed Rome to continuously dispose of water from distant sources.
Hours : 11:00
Prices : 14 € (full) 10 € (under 18) (free under 6)

Welcome To RomeUntil to 31 december 2020, ex Cinema Augustus, in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203
A new multimedia space created by Paco Lanciano where you can live a unique experience: to immerse yourself in the 2700-year history of the eternal city.
Spectacular video projections on the walls, on the ceiling and on the floor accompanied by a narrating voice. A large model that comes to life showing the evolution of the city over time.
Holograms, projections and interactive exhibits that tell the story of important monuments.
The projection and the interactive exhibits are also accessible to the disabled; guests will be accompanied by an audio guide available in 8 different languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.
Monday-Thursday 9–19, Friday-Sunday 10–21

ROBOTIZED. FASHION EXPERIMENTSFrom October 31st to January 24th, We Gil, Largo Ascianghi, 5
The first exhibition-performance that traces the influence of Japanese mecha culture on fashion, starting from their origins and their meaning.The exhibition aims to celebrate the combination of fashion and super robot by investigating how the tradition of Japanese mecha has its roots in popular culture and how it has taken root in our society, becoming a source of inspiration for contemporary fashion and beyond.The exhibition shows the public how the robot acts as a definitive metaphor for fashion with its ability to enhance and extend the human body .
Timetable : from 10:00 to 19:00 (every day)
Prices : 9 € (full) 6 € (reduced)

Mysteries and secrets of TrastevereSunday 31 January, Basilica of San Bartolomeo all"Isola, Piazza di San Bartolomeo all"Isola, 22
Starting from the Tiber island and walking through the alleys of the district, it will seem to really meet those true and now forgotten characters who populated it, and who tell of a Rome that no longer exists, the Rome of the late nineteenth century and the first half of the "900, the Rome of our grandparents.And among folk tales, anecdotes and art we will reveal the secrets of the hidden facades of the district and the artistic testimonies of the medieval era that are often hidden by other buildings or located in areas that are usually not very busy.
Timetable : 15:00
Prices : 14 € (full price) 10 (€ under 18) (free under 6)

ON THE TRACKS OF CRIMEfrom 7 October to 6 January, Museo di Roma in Trastevere , Piazza di S. Egidio, 1b
A great exhibition on the protagonists of Italian fiction from the 50s of the last century to today. Through the RAI archives the story of a genre, the investigative thriller, in continuous evolution and which speaks to all generations. It starts with the great dramas and arrives with the video streaming of the great crime series through the iconic characters. Over seven decades, the public has become passionate about the enigmas that were gradually solved by the investigators of the dramas and RAI series.
Hours : from 10:00 to 20:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : € 12.50 (full non-resident)
€ 11.50 (reduced non-residents)
€ 11.50 (full residents)
€ 10.50 (reduced for residents)

For Game. The Roma Capitale toy collectionFrom 25 July to 10 January 2021, Museum of Rome - Palazzo Braschi, Piazza di S. Pantaleo, 10
Dolls, means of transport, leisure and work tools, from the city and the countryside: these are just some of the types of antique toys displayed in this exhibition.
In fact, a selection of over 700 precious specimens of the Capitoline Collection is proposed here, mostly referring to the years between 1860 and 1930 (the so-called "golden age" of the toy), to which are added the doll house of the Queen of Sweden, from the late 1600s, is the oldest toy in the collection: two dolls from the pre-Inca era from the 14th-15th centuries, one of which depicts a mother with her son in her arms.
Hours: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm (From Tuesday to Sunday)

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