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Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Mummy of a cat, Egypt.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Ceramics from the 3rd century BC.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Egyptian scarabs.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Weaving.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Combs.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Stone age burials.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Late 4th century BC goblets wth female heads.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Carvings dating from 5000 BC.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Weights.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Roman balances.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Roman key.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 One room contains statues of Roman Emperors and their families.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Statue of Germanicus (died 19 AD), son of Augustus, brother of Claudius and father of Caligula.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Drusus (died 9 BC) son of Livia who married Emperor Augustus.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Agrippina (died 33 AD), grand daughter of Augustus, wife of Germanicus and the mother of Caligula.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Nero (died 68 AD).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Agrippina the Younger (died 59 AD), mother of Nero, fourth wife of Claudius.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Claudius (died 54 AD).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Head of Antonius Pius who died in 161.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The Ferrari Museum features a history of its cars. The FXX-K is a limited edition.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 A 12 cylinder Berlinetta capable of 320km per hour.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 6262cc engine.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The F12 Tour de France.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Carbon brakes.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The SA Aperta 599.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 High power traction motor.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Ferrari GTO from 1984.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Only ten F60 America were built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the company.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Gear stick.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The 458 Specialite A.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The Enzo Ferrari, named after the company founder.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Front light of the Enzo Ferrari.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Rear lights of the Enzo Ferrari.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The Ferrari insignia.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The office of Enzo Ferrari.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Room of Formula 1 racing cars.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The racing car driven by Niki Lauda.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Ferrari horse insignia.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Ferrari Formula 1 trophy cabinet.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Rear wheels of the 312 T4.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The 125 S from 1947.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The 500 F2 from 1951.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 1950s petrol pump.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 The Ferrari Museum features a history of its racing cars.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 A collection of racing cars.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Berlinetta from 1948.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 F333 SP from 1994.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Racing car with sponsors.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 750 Monza from 1954.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 F399.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Ferrari engine from 2007.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Steering wheel and dashboard.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Formula 1 gearbox.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Equipment used to change tyres during races.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Ferrari steering wheel with controls.
Italy
Maranello
Ferrari Museum
 Wind tunnel models.
Italy
Ravenna
 The Baptistry of Ariani is one of eight UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ravenna.
Italy
Ravenna
 The Civica Tower is at an angle.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The basilica is Byzantine in style.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Carved sarcophagus.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 View of the dome.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic flooring.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Abraham about to sacrifice his son, Isaac.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Detail of Abraham about to sacrifice his son, Isaac.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic floor with birds.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Jesus and angels.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic floor in the apse.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Byzantine Emperor, Justinian with Massimiano, the first archbishop of the basilica.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The death of Abel and a series of prophets above.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The death of Abel with an offering by Melchizedek.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Empress Theodora.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic flooring.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Detail of the mosaic flooring.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Byzantine columns.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The mosaic flooring is very well preserved.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Stone mosaic flooring and marble inserts.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Intricate mosaic flooring.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Marble mosaic.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Figures representing Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Moses.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The gold mosaics inspired the Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Two of the twelve Apostles.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 View of the mosaics on the walls and ceiling.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic flooring with birds.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Sarcophagus and mosaic floor.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The lintel above the entrance.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The interior features Ravenna's oldest mosaics dating from 430.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 Galla Placida was related to Emperor Honorius who constructed many of the city's buildings.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The mosaics are blue and feature geometric patterns on the ceiling.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 Mosaic of a deer.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Sarcophagi in the grounds of the complex.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Boy with dog, a first century statue.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue of Zeus.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Late 3rd century marble.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue of Hermes.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Roman relief carving.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 5th century carving from St John the Baptist Church.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 The courtyard of the former monastery.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Font.

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