Reopened graves of priests of Cheops

After eight years of being closed, reopened to the public Egypt tombs Iymery and his eldest son, Neferbauptah, known as the priests of King Cheops, who reigned about 4,600 years ago.

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Tour of Ancient Rome

From next April 25, 2015, in Rome will be seen a reconstruction of temples, courts, schools and businesses "as they were in antiquity" through a tour of the Forum of Caesar.

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MoMA exhibit works by Picasso

During the autumn, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) exhibit a sample of 150 works by Pablo Picasso Spanish, the first retrospective of the painter in the United States in 50 years.

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Milan opens the doors of MUDEC

After several years of construction, the Italian city of Milan inaugurated the Museum of World Cultures (MUDEC), a multidisciplinary center built on a former industrial area that aims to be a reference of intercultural dialogue, research and entertainment.

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Rogier van der Weyden in Madrid

For the first time in the history of the Museo del Prado of Madrid, an exhibition of works by the Flemish Renaissance painter Rogier van der Weyden, under the title of the same name appears.

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The treasures of the Kunstmuseum come to Madrid

Starting today, both locals and tourists visiting Madrid will have the fortune to know the treasures of the Kunstmuseum Basel, Switzerland, consisting of ten core Picasso paintings, 104 works from the permanent collection of the museum and 62 from private collections im Obersteg and Rudolf Staechelin.

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Monet in Germany

Starting today, nearly 100 masterpieces of the early Impressionist movement may be seen in the new exhibition "Monet and the Birth of Impressionism" at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt.

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Picasso’s ceramics pieces auctioned

A collection of 145 ceramics that the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso produced during his stay in the French town of Vallauris will be subject to an auction, said the auction house Sotheby's.

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