36th International Exhibition of 100 Nativity Scenes in Rome

You have time only until January, 8th 2012 for marvelling at the wonderful exhibition “100 presepi”, an international exhibition putting on display more than 100 nativity scenes.

It’s possible to visit this traditional exhibition at Bramante Halls in Piazza del Popolo, Rome, everyday from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm – also on Sundays and public holidays

Once again, the exhibition will present over 100 nativity scenes coming from all over the world, the name “100 presepi” indicates the number of the nativity scenes during the first edition.

Every year such an event gathers nativity scenes coming from all the Italian regions and about 25 foreign countries. Such works have been created by Italian and foreign artists and craftsmen, collectors, students and children, representatives of cultural associations, national and foreign museums.

Christmas is not Christmas without a Christmas crib! So, as long as we’re on holiday, we have time to enjoy these wonderful handmade creations in the heart of Rome. A reason more to visit the city, its museums, monuments, squares and beautiful fountains. Rome will make you daydream!

If you have never been in Rome, this is a perfect moment for doing it! In Christmas time the city gets even more beautiful, decorated with colours and lights.

We wish you all a very happy new year 2012! See you in Rome!

Tickets for “100 presepi”:
Full price € 7,00
Reduced price € 5,50

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- museums in Rome
- monuments in Rome
- Vatican museums

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just have a look at our online travel guide to Rome, About Roma.

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