“Steve Jobs 1955 – 2011”. An exhibition in Turin to remember the Genius

The first exhibition dedicated to the founder of Apple Steve Jobs, ongoing at the Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali (Regional Museum of Natural Science) in Turin, will be held until 15th April 2012.

This exhibition has been extended for being a success with critics and having popular appeal. Devoted to the Californian businessman, inventor and co-founder of Apple Inc, the exhibition boasts of one of the largest collections of personal computers in the world and tells Steve Jobs’ personal and business history through interactive and multimedia itineraries.

Visitors will also find a faithful reconstruction built to scale 1:1 of the extremely rare Apple-1, the first computer created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976 in their garage.

The exhibition show the most important stages of Steven Paul Jobs’ life (1955-2011), world-famous as Steve Jobs, one of the most prestigious personages of contemporary history.

His extraordinary innovations, such as the personal computer, i-Pad, iTunes and Pixar, have completely changed our way of communicate, work, get informed and have fun, definitely marking our and future generations’ world.

So, don’t miss such a great and interesting exhibition in Turin!

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All days: 10 am – 7 pm
Closed on Tuesdays

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