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|Museo Nacional, or National Museum. Before it became the museum, this was the Bellavista Headquarters of the Costa Rican Army. In this place the army was abolished in 1949 after the last civil war. ||10/04/2005||537|
|In the station is the Museo delle Cere (Wax Museum), with wax figures of famous Italian and foreign personalities.|
|Next, a museum called "Museo de los Niños". This building was used to "host" a Penitentiary. The "peni" was closed and abandoned in the late 70's and later restored to be the site of a museum dedicated to children.|
http://www.museocr.com/ (in spanish)
|Named to Leonardo Da Vinci, the "Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica" has been the center, in 2005, of a huge event.|
In the night between August 14th and 15th, 2005, the Submarine "Toti" (the first submarine built in Italy after the II World War) has been moved inside the city of Milano to be part of the museum. The Submarine was located in the port of Cremona and it...
|Very intersting visit to the Military an Civil Aviation History in Spain ||05/02/2006||324|
|Gran coleccion de motocicletas y coches clasicos.|
Great collection of motorcycles and classic cars.
|The Bioparco is the zoo of Rome near the Villa Borghese.||09/05/2005||334|
|The Cinema Dei Piccoli, cinema for children, is the smallest purpose built cinema in use. It's located in the park of Villa Borghese in Rome and covers an area of 71.52 m² (769.83 ft²). Originally called the Topolino Cinema, Mickey Mouse's name in Italy. It was restored in 1991 and has 63 seats, a 5 x 2.5 m (16.4 x 8,2 ft) screen, stereo sound and air-conditioning.||02/12/2007||329|
|Museo Nacional de Historia Natural has exhibitions about anthropology, botany, zoology, mineralogy, and paleontology.||08/28/2005||283|
|The Museo de la Revolution is the former Presidential Palace. Historical documents, maps, uniforms, weapons, and so on are on display as well as an entire area on the main floor, dedicated to Che and his struggle in Bolivia.||09/23/2005||365|
|This is the Tank Fidel Castro used.|
It's front of The Museo de la Revolution, holds Ché Guevera's bloody uniform and his bere.
|This place was designed by Michelangelo. On this place the Romulus and Remus statue can be seen.|
Info by Spider X22:
his splendid square was conceived by Michelangelo, who also designed the two palaces on the opposite sides of the square, whose divergence creates a widening perspective which is most effective. It is reached by the grand flight of steps known as the "Cordon...