Extended until March 31 the exhibition "ROME SILENT BEAUTY". Two special appointments for sunday, March 12

Over 315,000 visitors for photo exhibition. Scheduled for Sunday 12: guided tour "Rome from the sky" and photo workshop at the Vittoriano.

Since its opening on January 20, more than 315,000 people have visited the exhibition Roma Silenziosa Bellezza curated by Roberto Koch and Alessandra Mauro at the Vittoriano in the Zanardelli Hall. In light of the public success, VIVE - Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia and Webuild have decided to extend the exhibition's opening until Friday, March 31, 2023.

Moreno Maggi's shots, taken during the months of closure due to the pandemic, attracted a cross-section of audiences: young people and families, tourists and residents. From Piazza Venezia, the center of the city, to the Pantheon, from the iconographic Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Navona to the urban masterpiece of Piazza del Popolo, from the ancient Rome of the Palatine to EUR: the images tell the story of the silent and empty city, as it is rarely seen.

The itinerary of Roma Silenziosa Bellezza winds through photos, videos, multimedia projections and a series of author quotes-from Goethe to Ortese, Fellini to Pasolini, Stendhal to Ludovico Quaroni. The audience is accompanied by an audio experience with anecdotes about the city's landmarks. The exhibition is an unprecedented Roman walk, an emotional and intellectual journey to reflect on the sense of community and the role of urban spaces and environments.

On the occasion of the extension, VIVE is organizing two special appointments for Sunday, March 12. At 11 a.m. there is a guided tour "Rome from the Sky," which will lead the public from the exhibition to the 360-degree view of the city from the Vittoriano's Panoramic Terrace; at 4 p.m. it's time for an activity dedicated to families with the workshop "Lens on Rome: photographing the city." 

For more information and to reserve your place vive.cultura.gov.it.