What to say about Rome. From the Colosseum to the Roman Agora and the Vatican and the masterpiece Sistine Chapels, it is an open museum. Every step, every look, leads to cultures of culture, as this city is distinguished for its contribution to the arts.
The capital of Tuscany, is a whole city-museum. Florence is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance and architecture. The Duomo is one of the most important sights, and a host of museums “decorate” the city. At Galleria dell’Accademia you will admire Michael Angelus’ “Daffy” while at the Uffizi Gallery you will see Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Caravagio. Significant pieces of art will be seen inside the Santa Maria Novella. In this beautiful Italian city, you will feel strongly that the modern “gets in touch” with the modern.
A city that I’m sure you’ll just fall in love with. St. Mark’s Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece, thanks to the variety of influences it carries. The city has several museums. What I personally stand for is the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, a modern art museum. Also, something very, very important is that Venice takes place every year and Film Festival.
The city has a lot of art! Picasso, Dali, Miro, and Gaudi’s architectural-special-decorations are waiting to be explored.
The greatest archipelago is considered as a famous destination for everyone who loves the arts and also loves to swim into crystal clear waters. The heart of the cultural spirit of the country beats in Ubud, so do not forget to visit it. After you find yourself in this country, it is more than sure that the next Bali wedding is going to be yours!
In the city that never sleeps, you will find top artists. The museums, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) and MoMa, Times Square with Broadway, Julliard ..
At MET you will see top-of-the-art artwork, from paintings to sculptures, from classical antiquity, Asia, Africa and Egypt. In MoMa, you will enjoy modern art. Artists such as Warhol, Matisse, Pollock, Newman, Ernst, have their honor. You will see another form of art. Whether you like it or not, you will recognize that it is different.
The Lincoln Center of Performing Arts houses top art and cultural institutions such as Julliard School, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera.
And if you are a fan of theater, then you can not be excited about the performances there, but also the musicals.
There are so many other things to see and do. I wish I had time to explore them further. It will happen at some point.
A city that undoubtedly offers us a lot of things considering to American history and culture. The Abraham Lincoln Monument, Doric, reminds the Parthenon and was built to commemorate the 16th President of the United States.
Newseum is a museum that promotes and defends free expression. The museum has seven levels of interactive levels, including 15 galleries and 15 theaters.
Renwick Gallery hosts works of contemporary art while emphasizing creation, as a different approach to the world.
The National Portrait Gallery also portrays portraits of prominent and prominent Americans, politicians, musicians, scientists who have contributed decisively to the history, development and culture of the United States.
Salzburg is the city of music! Large personalities of the music were born there, with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart being one of the best known. You will see the house where he was born, but also what he lived in. In this Austrian city was born the Greek origin Herbert von Karagian, the famous orchestra director. It is also worth to stop at Mirabell Palace. There, scenes from the film “The Melody of Happiness” were shot.
Every January, Mozart Week takes place, an event honoring the famous musician, and every summer the annual Salzburg Festival opens its doors and welcomes the audience with theatrical and musical air.
Of course, Vienna is entitled to a post on this list and it would be unfair not to get it. The city that nursed Mozart, Beethoven, Brams, and Schubert and Strauss is the place to be for everyone who loves the arts. It is also the city that marked the Vienna Secession, a revolutionary movement guided by Gustav Klimt.