Monticello Palace, which was very well located in Virginia, today is perhaps the only building in the United States that is honored to be on the UNESCO list. The Palace itself has existed since 1923 and receives visitors, but already as a museum named after Thomas Jefferson (the third president of the United States).
Uffizi is one of the few museums in the world that has such a rich and impressive collection grouped in one place, which makes it possible to organize a variety of thematic and historical routes that are inherently alternative to the usual way of organizing visits to galleries. Routes, thanks to which, on the example of famous art monuments, you can trace the most important historical events.
Allegory of Vision - Jan Brueghel the Elder (Velvet). 65x109The Flemish painter and engraver Jan Brueghel belongs to the dynasty of artists, the ancestor of which was his father Peter Brueghel the Elder. The master was alien to narrow specialization, so he worked in almost all genres: he created still lifes, landscapes, battle scenes, mythological, allegorical and religious subjects, and also depicted art galleries and animals.
Pallas, expelling vices from the garden of virtues - Andrea Mantegna. Around 1499-1502, Mantegna painted this painting (approx. In the picture, Pallas runs in, dispersing everyone in his path and looking to the sky, where Moderation, Justice and Persistence are floating in the clouds. Behind her, a female figure turns into a tree, entwined with a scroll asking to virtues to punish vices.
Among the many museums, the Brera Gallery in Milan has been a real gem of Italian art for more than two hundred years. Founded in 1809 at the Academy of Arts, the Brera Gallery has become a haven for aspiring artists and sculptors and, as if predicting its fate, has turned out to be the largest gallery in Milan.
The Black Sea coast of Crimea has a rich history in the construction of museum-monuments. The museum is located in a picturesque corner of the village of Malorechenskoye, near the city of Alushta. The location of the museum was not chosen by chance, it is located on such a busy place that almost every tourist traveling to the southern coast of Crimea is sure to turn into Malorechensk.