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Free admission There are events that you can not miss. We finally reached their annual appointment with the European Night of Museums. The City of Rome enthusiastically to this initiative with special opening and un paid more than 60 cultural spaces, museums, academies, historical building. The night of Saturday, May 15 citizens and tourists will have an outstanding program of exhibitions, concerts, shows and conferences, offering something for everyon e and all ages. Our City is transformed into a single scenario, where the treasu res of the past offer the limelight with a new artistic production, enriched by the warmth and enthusiasm of a great turnout. With Night of Museums Rome finds i tself increasingly alive with the desire to share once again the most beautiful places and emotions. The Mayor of Rome, Giovanni Alemanno On May 15 the Ministry of Heritage and Culture for the second year initiative jo ins European Night of Museums. "The Night of Museums" is the opportunity to expe rience the heart of artistic and cultural heritage of our country along with ove r forty countries in Europe in the exciting atmosphere of a Saturday night of sp ring. Leave open the state museums in the night time and allows for free use of the inestimable Italian artistic heritage to those who can not do in normal visi ting hours and brings a new public art and cultural environment, helping to buil d that common sense of European that is the true basis for a greater integration between our nations. I thank the City of Rome for having acceded in allowing ca pital to make this event a time of great cultural vitality and transforming muse ums and archaeological sites in a new and wonderful stage for Romans and tourist s. Minister for Arts and Culture Sandro Bondi The program may vary. For updates and www.beniculturali.it www.museiincomuneroma .it 060608 contemporary archaeological museums museums museums museums modern theme museum of Villa Borghese museum exhibition pole Wisdom academies and cultural institute s libraries other sites 6 12 14 17 19 21 23 26 28 30 Archaeological Museums CENTRAL Montemartino Via Ostiense, 106 Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.0 0) An extraordinary example of converting a building into a museum of industrial archeology, the Central Montemartini is the first public facility for the produ ction of electricity and is now the second largest exhibition of the Capitoline Museums. 20.00, 21:15 and 22:30 Concert Gege 'Telesforo quintet. Gege Telesforo voices and percussion, tenor & soprano sax Max Ionata, Alfonso Deidda piano, flu te, alto & baritone Dario Deidda & hollowbody acoustic bass, drums Amedeo Ariano . In collaboration with Rai.tv. Free admission subject to availability. Markets of Trajan MUSEUM dei Fori Imperiali Via IV Novembre, 94 Hours 20:00 to 0 2:00 (last admission 01.00) The Markets of Trajan is a complex archaeological ch aracteristics absolutely unique in the world, represent a "neighborhood" that ha s experienced the evolution of imperial city from today, constantly transformed and reused. See "William Klein photographs Rome 1956-1960. Scenic projection ".. . ancient presence ...". By Livia Cinnamon.

21.00 and 22.30 Concert "From the earth and in heaven," percussion group Tetrakt is - Flori Matthew Gianni Maestrucci, Emanuele Pellegrini, Leonardo Ramadori. In collaboration with the Accademia Filarmonica Romana. Free admission subject to availability. 6 MUSEUMS CAPITOLINI Piazza del Campidoglio Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 0 1.00) The world's oldest public museum, founded in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV's dona tion to the Roman people of the bronzes Lateran, is divided in two buildings wit h the Senatorial Palace delimit the Piazza del Campidoglio. See "The Age of Conq uest - The charm of Greek art in Rome." Light Installation "Lights for memories. " Edited by Roberto Malfatti. At 20.30 and 22.00 Concert "Escenas Argentinas" Javier Girotto and Gianni Iorio exedra of Marcus Aurelius. Promoted by the Embassy of Argentina in Italy and the Municipality of Rome, duri ng celebrations of the Argentine Bicentenary. Free admission subject to availability. Ara Pacis Museum in Augusta Lungotevere (corner Via Tomacelli) Hours 20:00 to 02 :00 (last admission 01.00) The Ara Pacis is one of the finest examples of classi cal art. Its construction was passed by the Senate in 13 BC The new museum compl ex was opened in 2006, was designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects. Exhi bition "Fabrizio De André. The exhibition ".€Projections "The color of the air." 21.00 and 22.00 Stelvio Cipriani in concert. 24.00 Conference "Nun's tripe eg ' cats' Ernesto Nathan's Rome in the Auditorium. Umberto Croppi, Councillor for Cu ltural Policy and Communication, Riccardo Pacifici, President of the Jewish Comm unity of Rome, Francesco Marcolini, President of Zètema Culture Project. Free ad mission subject to availability. 7 Archaeological Museums MUSEUM Shack Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 166 / a Time 20:00 to 02:00 (last admissio n 01.00) The museum houses an impressive collection of ancient sculptures that J ohn Barracco wealthy nobleman of Calabria, gave to the City of Rome in 1902. Onl y since 1948, the collection could be reorganized into the Ministry Baullari, a building erected in 1520-23 to designs by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. Event -Declam Stocks Futures-Dada ". Alessandro D'Agostini, Claudia Tifi and Alessandr o Perrotta, of the "Young Poets of Action" propose "poetic incursions" from the repertoire of FTMarinetti, Mayakovsky and other writers in making rework key Dad a. Museum of Roman Civilization Piazza G. Agnelli, 10 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last adm ission 01.00) The museum opened in 1955, presented in 59 sections all aspects of ancient Roman civilization with an impressive collection of casts from original s preserved in museums in the world today destroyed or damaged, plastic and reco nstructive monuments scattered throughout the area of the Roman Empire. Exhibiti on "Machina. Technology of ancient Rome. " NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES Viale Lincoln, 3 hours 20:00 to 02:00 (l ast admission 01.00) Among the early medieval material of great value will indic ate the tombs of Castel Trosino and Nocera Umbra, important sculptures, textiles , jewelry, mosaic floor S. Cornelia and decoration of inlaid colored marble (opu s sectile) from the domus outside Porta Marina, Ostia (fourth century. AD).

8 National Museum of Oriental Art "G. TUCCI "Via Merulana, 248 Hours 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 (last admission 01.00) The museum is one of the special institutions of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, as guardian of the finds of the excavation of Italian archaeological missions in Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as it ems purchased in Nepal and Tibet by Giuseppe Tucci - one of the greatest Orienta lists of the twentieth century - between 1928 and 1954. National Museum of Rome - Via Balbi Crypt of Dark Shops, 31 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last admission 01.00) The Balbi Crypt hosts the late ancient and medieval secti on of the National Roman Museum, which tells the story of a district of ancient Rome the Middle Ages. On display are works from the collections of the Museum Go rga and Betti and Kircher. NATIONAL MUSEUM IN ROMAN Altemps Sant'Apollinare Square, 46 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) are shown in Altemps prestigious collections of ancient scu lpture that belonged to the noble Roman family of the Boncompagni Ludovisi of Ma ttel, and the collection of the Dragon Egyptian sculptures from Rome's archaeolo gical contexts. 21.00, 22:15, 23:30 Theatre Altemps Theatrical Performance "Oraz i, Curiazi & C. - The business of distinguished gentlemen. " By Brecht et al. A humorous approach to "business" of the Twelve Caesars, whose busts, as costume f or a fine four-century collector, were housed in the Lodge north of the Palace, raise curiosity by Suetonius and Livy, revised and corrected by the sarcasm of B recht : Mr. Giulio Cesare and between the Orazi and Curiazi, with actors / singe rs and original live music. By the Teatro di Roma. Free admission subject to availability. 9 Archaeological Museums National Roman Museum Palazzo Massimo IN Largo di Villa Peretti, 1 Opening 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) The museum has preserved some of the major mast erpieces of ancient Roman portraits, original Greek statues of Roman villas, sar cophagi, mosaics frescoes. The headquarters also houses an extensive collection of coins and mummy Grottarossa. 20.30 Lectio HARVEY prof. Paul Apolito "The nigh t of the election of Obama. Public events and feeling of celebration "in the pal ace courtyard. Free admission subject to availability. Museo Nazionale Romano, the Baths of Diocletian Via Enrico de Nicola, 79 Hours 2 0:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) The most extensive spa Rome (298-306 AD) bu ilt in honor of Emperor Diocletian, and the complex of the Certosa the historica l site of the museum. You can visit the House of spas X, collections of epigraph ic and protohistoric Michelangelo and the cloister. 20.00, 21.00 and 22.00 Conce rt "Opera Arias and Duets" in the classroom X. Artists Opera Studio of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. Free admission subject to availability.€MUSEUM Via Ostiense, R. Persichetti, 3 h ours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) In the monumental spaces, articulated on several levels, from the ancient port Ostiense near the Pyramid of Caius Ces tius, gathered historical documents and archaeological Relating to the road that connected Rome Ostia. Maps and models complement the exhibition. 10 Hadrian's Temple Square Stone Chamber of Commerce of Rome, the temple was built in 145 AD be dedicated to the Emperor Hadrian and Antoninus Pius. 21.30 and 22.3 0 of Roma Tre Orchestra Concert. Music by Mozart, Britten and Barber.

In collaboration with Promoroma Anstalt Chamber of Commerce of Rome. Free admission subject to availability. THERMAL CARACALLA Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) The Baths of Caracalla or Antoniniana (named after the dynasty of the Antonines) constitute one of the greatest examples of imperial baths of Rome, wh ich is still preserved for much part of their structure and free of modern build ings. Were to Emperor Caracalla on the Aventine, between 212 and 217, as shown b y brick stamps. Admission quotas. 11 Contemporary museums NATIONAL MODERN ART GALLERY (GNAM) Viale delle Belle Arti, 131 Hours 20:00 to 2: 00 (last entry at 1.00) 21.00 pm Concert Yum "Re-Think." The Gallery's masterpie ces will be interpreted by unpublished songs made and donated for the occasion b y composer Francesco Cerasi. Francesco Cerasi, pianos, Stephen Bechini, electron ics, arrangements, design and live production, Olen Cesari, violin Luca Bulgarel li, bass and electric bass, string quartet Sharareh. MUSEUM of Rome in Trastevere Piazza S. Egidio 1 / b Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last en try at 1.00) The Museum of Rome in Trastevere, located in the former monastery o f St. Giles, where he lived until the capture of the Discalced Carmelites in Rom e . The museum's permanent collection shows the main aspects of popular Roman li fe of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Exhibition "Biographical Lan dscape. Photographs by Stephen Shore. 1969-1979 "and" World Press Photo. " 21.00 and 23.00 Concert "Sing Rome sings. Seven centuries of Roman Song "by Paolo Gat ti. During the evening many songs will be proposals of various kinds of Roman mu sical tradition: from the eighth / sonnet to serenade, the song rising to the sc ripted, the starlings in various kinds up to the present day to remember songs a nd memorable melodies. In collaboration with the Regional Union AGIS Lazio. Free admission subject to availability. 12 Musei di Villa Torlonia Nomentana, 70 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) i n Villa Torlonia, two historic buildings destined for museums: the Casino Nobile century, the Museum of the Villa and the collection of works of the Roman Schoo l, and the House of the Owls museum dedicated to glass art. The Casino dei Princ ipi venue for temporary exhibitions. See "Paths of the twentieth century by the Roman Municipal Gallery of Contemporary Art" at the Casino des Princes. Exhibiti on "Paola Crema. Fragments of Atlantis. Small sculptures and jewelry "to the Hou se of the Owls. 21.30 Concert Roberto Gatto outside the Casino Nobile. Roberto G atto drums, Stephen Mannuzzi organ, saxophone Daniel Tittarelli. Art Direction b y Giampiero Rubei. MUSEUM Venanzo Crocetti Via Cassia, 492 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Venanzo Crocetti The museum houses the works by the sculptor in a span of over seventy years of creative activity. Are exposed in this structure, ninety sculpt ures in bronze and marble, two canvas paintings and fifteen drawings and mixed m edia on paper, dating from 1930 to 1998. 21.00, 22.00, 23.00 and 24.00 Concerto Hispanica-Latin Jazz & Flamenco. " Simon Hall will perform the band Trio, an ens emble consisting of piano, bass and percussion, which will offer different music genres including jazz and ethnic music, alternating with Frederick Fish, with p erformances of flamenco guitar, percussion and dance. A set of songs that are pa rt of the repertoire of modern flamenco influences contaminated pop, fusion, and jazz.

By the association M. Arts - Culture move for the Arts. Free admission subject to availability. 13 Modern museums Goethe House Via del Corso, 18 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) in 1997 opened the only museum in Germany abroad, the Goethe House. A permanent exhibit tells the trip to Italy by the poet and his stay in Rome. See "Sketches of Amalf i" by Carl Blechen. Complesso del Vittoriano monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza Venezia Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last admission one hour.00) The draft Giuseppe Sacconi in 1884 im agined a sort of outdoor performance stage to celebrate the history and the prot agonists of the Italian Risorgimento. The architecture consists of stairs and te rraces culminating in a bronze chariot, allegories of the unity of the homeland and citizens' freedoms. NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART IN ANCIENT Palazzo Corsini Via d ella Lungara, 10 Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) The collection of p aintings, especially the period between the fourteenth and eighteenth centuries, comes from the private collection was donated to the cardinal Blacks Maria Cors ini collection in the eighteenth century. Contains works by Fra Angelico, Rubens , Murillo, Luca Giordano. The schools are well represented Roman, Neapolitan and Bolognese seventeenth century, with important groups of Bamboccianti and landsc ape. 14 Spada Gallery Piazza Capo di Ferro, 13 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Reconstructed after the events of World War II, presents the private collection of Cardinal Bernardino Spada, including paintings (mainly of the seventeenth cen tury), ancient sculptures, furniture and Period. Contains works by Guercino, Bac iccia, Orazio Gentileschi, Guido Reni. In the courtyard you can visit the famous tunnel built by Borromini perspective. NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE GRAPHICS Way of Printing House, 6 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) The National Insti tute for Graphics and the museum and cultural preservation, promotion of knowled ge and graphics in all its forms. Collects drawings, prints, photographs and eng raved dies. The collection of prints and drawings originated in the 700 by Cardi nal Blacks Maria Corsini and today works ranging from the XV to XX. The collecti on of matrices was formed in 1738 with the purchase of printing Roman De Rossi w ill of Clement XII. Napoleonic Museum Piazza di Ponte Umberto I, 1 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry a t 1.00) A rich variety of materials for a voyage through the Napoleonic era and a close encounter with the characters and historical events of the Bonaparte fam ily, in a environment which still preserves its noble features of home. Reading at 21.30 and 23.00 show "The wonderful adventure of the Roman Republic - Mazzini - Garibaldi - Mameli. Edoardo Sylos Labini, Antonello Aprea and Barbara di Bart olo. A reflection on the themes of the Risorgimento, Mazzini Edoardo Sylos Labin i interprets the facts of this incident of 1849, the Roman Republic, which in pa rt referring to the ideals of the French Revolution is seen paradoxically defeat ed by French troops of another sign. In collaboration with our area. Free admission subject to availability. 15 Modern museums NATIONAL MUSEUM Lungotevere Castel Sant'Angelo Castle, 50 20:00 to 2:00 hours (l ast entry at 1.00) The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo, home to many colle

ctions coming in part by private donations, partly from the very heart of the ca stle as The fine ceramic Renaissance or fragments of the monumental sculptural d ecoration of the Roman era, emerged from the ancient tomb of Emperor Hadrian in the course of several campaigns of excavation and restoration. National Museum o f Palazzo Venezia Via del Plebiscito, 118 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.0 0) The museum is located in the homonymous home fifteenth. Founded in 1916 to ce lebrate national unity, to provide the new capital of a museum to document its c ollections with the development of Italian art from the Middle Ages to the end o f the Modern Age, the Institute took on the task retain outstanding works of art , designed to maintain a strong relationship with the palace that housed. Museo di Roma - Palazzo Braschi Via di San Pantaleo 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last en try at 1.00) The eighteenth-century Palazzo Braschi has paintings, drawings, scu lptures, photographs, furniture, clothing, ceramics, vans and sedans, architectu ral elements and frescos saved from demolition , displayed in rotation. Exhibiti on "Pullini Pio and Rome. Twenty-five years of history shows 1920-1945. At 20.30 and 22.30 Kepler Ensemble in Concert "Boccherini & Haydn. L. Boccherini's "Noct urne" G271 for horn, two violins, viola and two cellos. FJHaydn Quartet "Emperor " for two violins, viola and cello. In collaboration with Theorematica. Free admission subject to availability. 16 Thematic museums NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ARTS AND POPULAR TRADITIONS Piazza Guglielmo Marconi, 8 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) The museum was founded in 1911, but now is t he current headquarters in 1956. The purpose of the museum is to collect materia l and traditional folk-popular today is not used as from Italy. It is a comprehe nsive journey through the Italian regions, work,€crafts, folk art, home, domesti c activities, toys, musical instruments, theater in the square, religion, etc.. Particularly beautiful are the 750 costumes and about 3000 pieces of gold popula r. JEWISH MUSEUM Lungotevere Cenci 22:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) The Jewish Museum of Rome, housed in the complex Synagogue, the testimonies of the J ewish Community of Rome from all over Europe and escaped the destruction of the Cinque Scole the ghetto. A single reference point to discover the traditions, re ligion and history of the Roman Jews, belonging to a community among the oldest in the world. Exhibition "Christmas to Rabbi Toaff: tribute to a great Italian j ew". In collaboration with the Cultural Association Golda. NATIONAL MUSEUM Prehistory and Ethnography "Pigorini" Piazzale Guglielmo Marconi 14, 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) Documents the Palaeolithic, Neolit hic, Bronze Age and Iron Age. The Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography in Rome w as inaugurated on March 14, 1876 by Pigorini in a wing of the palace of the Roma n College founded at the end of the sixteenth century by the Society of Jesus si nce the seventeenth century the Jesuit College, had housed the collection of ant iquities and curiosities assembled by Father Athanasius Kircher. "Smoke Signals. The museum for a night. " 20.00 Films continuous cycle "Cultivation and culture s of tobacco." 20.30 Guided tour of the museum. Organised by Friends of the Muse um houses one. 22.00 Performance "Smoke signals ... Black Elk said. " 23.00 Pres entation of the documentary "We saw no lla heard her singing" (Italy 2009, color , 45 '- Directed by Marcello Fersini Roberto Inciocchi and Luis Padilla). Follow a musical performance by artists of Salento. In collaboration with the Friends of The Museum houses one. 17 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Piazza Santa Croce in Gerusalemme 9 / a 2 0:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) between the copies of exceptional artist

ic and historical value preserved here, are distinguished by the rarity piano bu ilt by Bartolomeo Cristofori in 1723 and famous Barberini harp. 22.30 and 24.00 Trio Concert Opera of Rome. Horn, violin and piano. Music by Mozart, Rossini, Ma ssenet and others. Free admission subject to availability. PARK RAILWAY MUSEUM Via Bartolomeo ATAC Bossi, 7 Hours 21:00 to 1:00 The park will remain open to a llow a fascinating tour on trams and trains historical relics of the history of public transportation in the city of Rome. Planetarium and Astronomy Museum Square G. Agnelli, 10. Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (las t entry at 1.00) The Planetarium is a large car space and time thanks to digital projectors, you can make real-time three-dimensional navigation in deep space. The museum adjacent to it is a theater full of astronomical images and models an d global reconstructions. Entertainment from 20:00 "There is life in the museum ..." The Night of the Museums of Rome Planetarium. You can "live" the Planetariu m and Astronomy Museum forecourt, through performances in the great dome animati ons in astronomical museum, observation posts in the square and, for smaller sho ws in the small mobile planetarium dome. Schedules are available at www.planetar ioroma.it Reservations required 060608. 18 Museums of Villa Borghese Galleria Borghese Piazzale Borghese Museum Hours 20:00 to 2:00 Keep sculptures, reliefs and ancient mosaics, paintings and sculptures from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century. The collection, originally formed by Cardinal Scipione Borgh ese in the early seventeenth century, houses masterpieces by Antonello da Messin a, Giovanni Bellini, Raphael, Titian, Correggio, Caravaggio and beautiful sculpt ures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Canova. Reservation required 06 32810. Museo Ca rlo Bilotti Orangery of Villa Borghese Viale Fiorello La Guardia Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) The Orangery was known in the eighteenth century, as t he casino games of water for the presence of nymphs and fountains. In 2006 she r eturned recently to be a place of culture through a renovation that has transfor med the museum which houses the donation of art works of Carlo Bilotti, renowned collector. 21.00 Concert "Biyo - Water Is Love" Anglana of Sheba, in the Garden of the lake. Posted by Rai Music. MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY Via Ulisse Aldrovandi, 18 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1 .00) Founded in 1932, the Museum of Zoology has assets of about 5 million preser ved specimens, ranging from the shells of shellfish a few millimeters to the wha le 16 meters. From 19.30 "Night with the Science Museum of Zoology. Visits€works hops and meetings with scientists. "Every 30 minutes will begin a guided tour, d uring which you can watch the shows, do laboratory work and interview the museum zoologists. Last tour 24.00. Reservations recommended the numbers 06 67109270 / 06 32609200. 19 National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia Piazzale di Villa Giulia, 9 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) The museum in the sixteenth century villa of Pope Julius III hosted the first discoveries of Falerii Veteres and pre-Roman civiliz ation north of Rome. Later and continued in the decades following additions to t he initial core Faliscan from Etruscan excavations in Lazio and Umbria, but also from private collections, followed by three more new theaters in the thirties, dedicated to Veii and Vulcan. 21.00 Lectio magistralis Marcello Veneziani "Fate and the Romans" in the amphitheater. Free admission subject to availability. MUS EUM Pietro Canonica Villa Borghese Viale Pietro Canonica, 2 (Piazza di Siena) 20 :00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) internationally renowned sculptor, Pietro Canonica in 1927 by the City obtains the use of the building located in the hea rt of Villa Borghese to make his home-studio today it houses the museum dedicate

d to him. Exhibition "Attilio Selva. 20.30 and 22:30 Performance of music, dance , painting "In Praise of curiosity" by Maurizio Pio Rocchi. The artist proposes "action painting", an art form in which the rapid succession of moments incisors and significant keeps viewers glued to ' work that is developing before their e yes. This rate also requires the use of acrylic paint that dries quickly to allo w for overlapping colors. 20 Exhibition spaces Bramante Via della Pace, 5 hours 20.00-24.00 (last admission 23.00) See "Giacomo Favretto, Venice 1849-1887" is the first exhibition dedicated to Giacomo Favret to, the major exponent of Venetian painting of the nineteenth century, and a the most important of the entire nineteenth century Italian painting, with a comple te overview of its production. 20.00, 21.00 and 22.00 DAMS Jazz Band Concert - U niversity of Rome 3. M. Acclavio, L. Cupertino, F. Flower, R. Pescosolido, M. Se meraro, D. Chick. Artistic director: L. Aversano. Free admission subject to avai lability. ROME MUSEUM FOUNDATION Via del Corso, 320 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last en try at 1.00) Exhibition "Edward Hopper". Tribute to the entire career of Edward Hopper (1882-1967), the most popular and well known American artist of the twent ieth century, with a large retrospective exhibition unprecedented in our country . MACRO Testaccio (Pelanda) Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4 hours 22:00 to 1:00 (la st admission 24.00) The complex of the former Slaughterhouse is a lively area fo r cultural and artistic events. Situated in Testaccio, since February is enriche d by a new building recently restored, the former Pelanda of Pigs. Following Sep tember Discofunken Live DJ sets. Palazzo delle Esposizioni Via Nazionale, 194 Ho urs 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Exhibitions "The nature according to de C hirico. Tribute to the great Italian master founder of the Met, the most signifi cant cultural movement and rich throughout the twentieth century that just takes a century in 2010. "Mimmo Jodice. A retrospective exhibition to celebrate the f ifty years of the famous Italian photographer born in Naples seventy-five years ago. Giulio Paolini. And each other. (The puzzle time). An installation designed specially for this occasion and ideal relationship with the exhibition Giorgio de Chirico. 21 Palazzo Ruspoli - Fondazione Memmo Via del Corso, 418 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) See "Colors of the Dark - The Caravaggeschi in the fund's assets Places of Worship." You can watch over 39 important paintings by followers of th e Lombard painter, all from the sacred buildings of the FEC that illustrate diff erent aspects and characters of the school of Caravaggio. In the last room are r eproductions of five works by Caravaggio always owned by the FEC, with the inten t to emphasize the parallel between the great artist and his followers and an id eal link with the major exhibition staged at the artist Lombard Stables Quirinal e, complementing and completing the profile of a period of fundamental interest in Italian painting. In collaboration with the Fund places of worship. Sala Sant a Rita Road Mountainous, 8 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Exhibition " San Sebastian" - exhibition of video art project. 21.00 Concert by the Trio comp osed by Cristina Dilectus Iacoboni, Matthew Scarpelli and Antonio d'Andrea. Musi c by WA Mozart, E. Bloch, Piazzolla, D. Shostakovich. 23.00 Piano Concert "Rome, Moon E. .. other nights by Luca Bernardini.€Musical journey by night from movie s, songs and classics. Free admission subject to availability. Scuderie del Quir inale Via XXIV Maggio, 16 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last admission 1.00) exhibition " Caravaggio." An exhibition dedicated to the famous and celebrated, "Lombard geni us" In a radical new and updated. Shows a linear and exciting, imagined a second criterion to be rigorous, presented to the public in a synthetic route, not ant hology. The exhibition of the most representative works of the Lombard as the Ba sket of Fruit (baskets), the Bacchus, David with the Head of Goliath, musicians, and other masterpieces from major museums in Italy and the world.

22 Museums Wisdom Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 HALL RECTOR 19.00 Orchestra Opening Concert muse. Orchestr as Classical Musa and Musa Jazz, directed by F. Vizioli and S. Cortesi, will cre ate a tasty concert for four hands. " The music ranges from Bach to Modugno, ape ritif with a selection from the 'Threepenny Opera "Free admission subject to ava ilability. CLASSICAL ART MUSEUM - The Museum of 20.00-24.00 hours Gipsoteca Classic was fou nded in 1892 by Emanuel Löwy and in 1935 was moved to its current location in Un iversity City. Today, with its wealth of about twelve hundred casts, the museum offers extensive documentation for the study of Greek sculpture from the Archaic period to Hellenism. Also retains many reconstructions of ancient sculptures, t he result of research of Italian and foreign. 21.00 Exhibition "Emanuel Lowy, th e museum of plaster and rendering the human figure in Greek sculpture." Guided t ours of the exhibition. For groups, each 30 minutes. MUSEUM OF CHEMISTRY "Primo Levi" 20.0-24.00 Hours The Museum is open to the publ ic Chemistry in 1992 and 25 March 2010 was named "Primo Levi". Keep scientific i nstruments, educational equipment, collections of chemicals and documents dating to the end of 1800 and the last century. Chemistry spectacular 21.00 and 23.00 "Chemistry Laboratory spectacular" and "The chemistry of color." 22.00 "The phys ics of magic and the magic of physics ... with a taste for chemistry." 22.30 Int eractive Exhibition "The senses and chemistry." Exhibition "Animals in advertisi ng" and "Euthanasia". 23 MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITY AND Etruscology Italy Hours 20.00-24.00 The museum was found ed by Massimo Pallottino 50s. It is organized for educational purposes according to an exhibition "theme" which illustrates the main features of Etruscan and It alic peoples. 20.30 Exhibition "Massimo Pallottino three stages in the life of a scholar, Veii, Pyrgi, Milan 1955". Screening of video "Massimo Pallottino and L atona Veio Search and rebuild" and "terrible in the sacred: the relief of Pyrgi. Guided by teachers and students. MUSEUM OF GEOLOGY Hours 20.00-24.00 The Museum of Geology was founded in 1873 by Joseph Ponzi with seventeenth-century museum collections, including ones from Kircher. The museum houses some nineteenth-cent ury collections of ancient marbles including the prestigious collection of Thoma s Belli. Rock, paneling, plaster models, tools and multimedia stations to introd uce major themes of geology. Guided tours at 20.00 "Discovering the treasures of nature." Edited by teachers and students. Also will offer children the opportunity to extract minerals and fossils in a sp ace created specially for the event. Hours 20.00-24.00 The Museum of Mineralogy Museum of Mineralogy was founded in 1804 by Pope Pius VII with short Uberes nost rae dum minds and opened in 1806 in his first prestigious venue: the Palace of W isdom. In addition to historical collections, making it the largest in Italy, si nce 2009 the museum houses many giant crystals and fossils donated by First Rovi si Comm. 20:00 Guided tours to discover the treasures of nature. Edited by teachers and students. Also will offer children the opportunity to extract minerals and fossils in a sp ace created specially for the event. 24 Museums Wisdom Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 MUSEUM OF THE ORIGINS 20.00-24.00 hours are displayed in t

he Museum of the Origins of Italian prehistoric materials ranging from Palaeolit hic to the early Iron Age. The core of heritage comes from the collection Rellin i Hugh, founder of the museum in 1942, and loans from various Italian superinten dents. All the museum's collections allow you to present a complete and comprehe nsive Italian prehistory. 20.00 Exhibition "Living on the lake: a village of 450 0 years ago."€Screening of video "Three-dimensional reconstruction of the Bronze Age village Maccarese (Rome) and the antiquities of Egypt and the Mediterranean : the museum of the Near East." Guided by teachers and students. MUSEUM OF PALEONTOLOGY Hours 20.00-24.00 The Museum of Paleontology, was officia lly opened in 1928 when he established the Chair of Paleontology. However, sever al collections originate as early as 1864, when the institution of the Chair of Geology, was established the Royal University Geological Museum, which brought t ogether collections of geology, paleontology and mineralogy. 20:00 Guided tours to discover the treasures of nature. Edited by teachers and students. MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF MEDICINE Hours 20.00-24.00 The Museum of the History of Med icine, founded in 1938 by Adalberto Pazzini, has a rich collection of objects of interest storicomedico, which allow to reconstruct the evolution of medical kno wledge from prehistory up to genomic medicine. The museum is equipped with video and interactive media to help deepen the salient themes in the history of medic ine, biomedicine and the relationship between biomedical science and society. 21 .30 Teaching Workshops "Discovering the molecule of life: in search of our DNA" and "Pride Cell: Cells protagonists of the new regenerative medicine." Guided by teachers and students. 25 Academies and Institutes of Culture ACADEMY BELGICA Via Omero, 8 20.00 and 21.30 Concerto for Flute accompaniment fo ur "Marco Celli Stein. Music by Mozart, Donizetti, Morricone and others. Free ad mission subject to availability. ACADEMIE DE FRANCE À VILLA MEDICI ROME Viale Tr inita dei Monti, 1 20:00 to 2:00 hours (last entry at 1.00) See "mutants - Les m utants. The personal stories of five artists Adel Abdessemed, Stephen Dean, Elle n Gallagher, Adrian Paci and Djamel Tatah, show immediately that they come from complex stories. Fully belong to an era in which individual identities of the in habitants of the Western world is built through migration, colonial and post-col onial situations, without that we can no longer speak of integration or assimila tion, but of hybrids. ACADEMY OF ROMANIA Jose de San Martin Square, 1 20.30 and 22.00 Concerto Romanian Ethno-jazz. "Nicolas Simion Group - Transylvanian Groove s. Free admission subject to availability. Hungarian Academy Via Giulia, 1 h 21. 00 Opening of the exhibition of fellow artists of the Hungarian Academic Year 20 09/2010. 23:00 to 2:00 pm Opening Palazzo Falconieri. 26 Istituto Italo-Latino Americano Palazzo Santacroce Piazza Benedetto Cairoli, 3 h ours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Hours 21:00 to 23:30 "Canta y no Llores. The Mariachi at Palazzo Santacroce. The group of Mariachi Romatitlán will perfo rm in a show of music and folk dances of different regions of Mexico. THE AMERIC AN UNIVERSITY OF ROME Via Pietro Roselli, 4 hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1 .00) Exhibition of works by students of art history and archeology. Auriana Audi torium, Via Pietro Roselli, 16 See video for students of media and communication . 21.30 Hamburgers & hot dogs. Midnight Spaghetti. Music and entertainment. ACAD EMY OF SPAIN Piazza San Pietro in Montorio, 3 hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last entry at 1.00) Projection of videos copyright. Eulalia Valldosera books, an artist who p resented his work, most recently in Italy; video "EL dibuixant," works by the ar tist and performer Marcel.lí Antunez and work of fellow Academy Betancourt Jose Cabrera, director.

27 Libraries Libraries participating in the Rome Museum Night with displays of books, reading , reading aloud with music and cocktails in the following locations: BILIOCAFFÈ LITERARY Via Ostiense, 95 Hours 19:00 to 01:00 The Bibliocaffé Literature is a c ollaboration between the libraries of Rome and the Literary Café, in agreement w ith the Municipality XI Rome, and is the result of a common project where the li brary comes from institutional places to go to a different audience, integrating functions and schedules, the literary cafe reinforces the concept of a library that integrates and diversified cultural activities. "Night words and music and drink. HOUSE OF MEMORY AND HISTORY Via San Francesco di Sales, 5 Hours 7:00 p.m. to 1:0 0 The library specializes in the history of the twentieth century and two world wars, anti-Fascism, Resistance, German occupation, deportations and massacres, w ars of liberation, the history of the Italian Republic , Holocaust, biographical and autobiographical memory, learning memory. Loan. Newspaper. Conference room and video projections; exhibition space for exhibitions, coffee-break point on t he terrace. Readings and music. Organised by Cultural UnAmletoditroppo. LIBRARY Enzo Tortora Zabaglia Nicholas Street, 27 / b 19:00 to 01:00 hours The l ibrary makes the loan services and access to books, documents and magazines, lis tening point and videos, kids section. "Night words and music and drink. 28 LIBRARY RISPOLI Piazza Grazioli, 4 Hours 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. The library offe rs a reading lounge, space for the newspaper, a multimedia room. Services: consu ltation, loan consultation periodicals, video library, language laboratory of Fr ench, English and Spanish, and cultural activities to promote reading, multicult ural library. Concert readings "include books, music and words ...." Concert of traditional Persian music with readings bilingual Italian-being of quatrains of Omar Khayyam and poems by Giuseppe Ungaretti. Followed by Buffet. In collaboration with the Associazione Culturale Italo-Iranian Alefba. ROMAN LIBRARY SARTI Via Accademia di San Luca, 77 Hours 19:00 to 1:00 Establishe d in 1877, with the donation of the personal library of architect Antonio Sarti Budrio, is characterized as a library with old collections conservation, special izing in art, architecture , and urban archeology. Special opening of the Histor ical and boardrooms of the Academy of St. Luke, recently reorganized with the di splay of works donated by members of the contemporary masters. Musical event in the cloister. Edited by Costantino Bertucci Mandolin Club. Followed by Buffet. H OUSE OF LITERATURE Square Clock, 3 20:00 to 2:00 pm (last entry at 1.00) 21.00 a nd 23.00 Small flanerie between flan Flaiano. Wandering wandering among the frag ments, aphorisms, the gossip and the blows of writing Flaiano vein and its cynic al and disenchanted melancholy and searing. Amazement continuous and fragmented with the satirical counterpoint of trumpet and its fantastic, visionary loneline ss. Words, jazz and theater. Logs and night wandering from March in Rome for tal ks constantly interrupted. Edited by Peter Faiella. By: Liliana Massari, Peter F aiella, Marco Manca, Simona Augelli, Guerino Santilli. Trumpet: Giovanni Di Cosi mo. Elements of the scene: Stephen Argentero. 29 Other sites HOUSE OF Piazza Manfredo Fanti, 47 Hours 20.00 and 21.30 Concerto Orchestra Sinf onica di Roma in Rome sponsored by the Foundation. L. van Beethoven: Symphony No .7.

In collaboration with the Association of Architects Rome and its Province. Free admission subject to availability. HOUSE OF JAZZ Ardeatina Gate Avenue, 55 20:00 to 23:00 pm Concert "Contest 2010. Two generations compared Band Band of b oys and parents. Cultural Association "Delphi-nonprofit" in collaboration with the Network Inters colastica XII Municipio Schools Together. " In collaboration with the Special Pa laExpo and the House of Jazz. CHURCH OF JESUS Way of Astalli, 16 20:00 am Opening of the Church and of the exh ibition with guided tours. 22.00 Conference "The story of the history of the Jes uits." 23.00 Concert "Fresco Music in the Night" Choir "Diego Carpitella" of the Faculty of Humanities of the University Sapienza of Rome. Director: George Mona ri. CHURCH OF ST Ignatius Piazza IGNAZIO 20.30 Concert "Polyphonic Choir City of Palestrina. Music by Palestrina, Victoria and others. CHURCH OF S. Maria del Po polo Piazza del Popolo 20.30 Concert Choir Vicariate Vatican (St. Peter) Directo r : Themistocles Capone. Organist: Massimiliano Gucci. Music by Palestrina, Ross ini and others. 30 Supreme Court - THE PALACE OF JUSTICE Piazza Cavour Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last e ntry at 24.45) The Palace of Justice, facing the Ponte Umberto I on the Tiber, i s home to the Supreme Court, a body of ordinary summit of Italian justice. The C ourt usually frequented only by practitioners, opens its courtyard and its plena ry Summary citizenship showing for the first time at night its hidden treasures. Hours 20:22 Guided tours with musical moment. Reservation required, subject to availability at 060608. 24 visits accompanied by the reservation. Last entry at 0:45. In the possession of a valid identity document. Galleria Alberto Sordi Pia zza Colonna at 22:30 and 23:30 Concert "Somewhere" Richard & Maria Laura Baccari ni Biseo. The meeting of two worlds Maria Laura Baccarini star of musicals, ecle ctic and talented and Master Richard Bise, important and sophisticated interpret er of Italian jazz. Music of Bernstein, Porter, Gershwin, Sondheim, Rodgers & Ha rt, Coleman, Bacharach, Kander & Ebb. By Goldenstar AM s.r.l. In collaboration with the Regional Union AGIS Lazio.€Kindly provided by Property Sector Fund Donatello's David Source SGR SpA Free admission subject to availability. OPIFICIO TELECOM Via dei Magazzini Gener ali, 20 / a Hours 17.00-24.00 Program wine tastings "The precious nectar of Lazi o. 5 tasting unique and exclusive to understand the strong bond that has always been symbolic links nature and culture, land and sky. Submitted by Palatium-Regional Wine, edited by Arsial - Regional Agency for Deve lopment and Innovation of Agriculture of Lazio. In collaboration with the Founda tion Romaeuropa. Reservation required 06 86273513-515-700 (Mon-Fri 12-15). BOX ROOM GARDENS Accad emia Filarmonica Romana Via Flaminia, 118 hours 21.00 "Mediterranean" by Antonio Turkish. By the Very Stable Company of the House of Detention Rebibbia Rome. Cooperating with the text: P. Spagnoli, G. Field. Directed by C. Venturini. Musi cal choices of G. Santucci, R. Turkish. In collaboration with the Accademia Filarmonica Romana. Free admission subject to availability. 31 At the Night of Museums will be intensified bus routes and extended the subway u ntil 02:00 hours.

The museums in Rome are open from 20.00 to 02.00 (Last admission 01.00) Free admission The full list of museums and events is available on the websites www.museiincomuneroma.it www.beniculturali.it info 060608 Graphics: Veronica Ceccarelli_Zètema Culture Project