FROM ROME TO THE MUSEUM: A JOURNEY OF EMOTIONS

Many visitors from Rome today visited the Museum of Peace - MAMT expressing wonder and admiration for the hours spent on a unique journey through history, geography and emotions...

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THE DEATH OF ZICO

Zico was a Moroccan clochard: his real name is Abderrazzak Hatime. Fifty years of age, many spent in Naples.
Saturday night, January 12, he and his friends are drunk, he is the victim of a fight between them and in the end he is killed with a knife.
A great displeasure for a mild man.

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THE MEDITERRANEAN AWARD TO THE ISRAELIAN POETS DELIVERED. MOLINARI'S TOTEM SYMBOL OF POETRY FOR PEACE

Vincenzo De lucia and Renato Ongania, on behalf of the Fondazione Mediterraneo, presented the "Mediterranean Poetry Award" to Israeli poets.
A symbolic moment that saw Mario Molinari's Totem for Peace become the symbol of "Poetry for Peace".

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SNOW IN LEBANON

Suggestive images of the snow in Lebanon.

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VOLUNTEERS AT THE MUSEUM OF PEACE - MAMT

Volunteers at the Museum of Peace - MAMT offer their collaboration to promote the emotions and the message of the Museum for young people.

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THE MUSEUM HAS A NEW COMMUNICATION PROGRAM

The Museum of Peace - MAMT is completing a new communication program prepared with the precious collaboration of Studio Pica Ciamarra Associati.
From February 2019 there will be a coordinated communication that will enhance even more the emotional paths of the Museum.

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THE MUSEUM OF PEACE - MAMT AMONG THE MOST IMPORTANT OF NAPLES

With its ten thousand visitors in 2 years and with the particularity of the videos and collections the Museum of Peace - MAMT has been rated among the 10 museums of the city of Naples to visit.

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THE FONDAZIONE MEDITERRANEO PARTICIPATES IN EGYPT INAUGURATION OF A MOSQUE AND A CATHEDRAL. THE PRESIDENT CAPASSO: "NEW PAGE OF HISTORY"

It is the first time in the history of the entire Middle East that a Muslim mosque and a Christian cathedral are built and inaugurated on the same day. It happened in the new administrative capital of Egypt, in a land where the Christian community unfortunately continues to be targeted by Islamic fundamentalism.
Pope Tawadros II: "Today we celebrate an unprecedented occasion where the minarets of the Mosque embrace those of the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ, opening a new horizon for our beloved country".
An important day of national unity. This is what Egypt experienced yesterday during the inauguration in the new administrative capital, the largest mosque in the country and the largest Christian Basilica in the Middle East dedicated to the Nativity of Christ. It is the first time in the history of this ancient land that two places of worship, Christian and Muslim, were inaugurated on the same day. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi participated in both ceremonies, accompanied by Palestinian President Abu Mazen, Al-Azhar's Grand Imam, Sheikh Ahmed El-Tayyeb, and the Copt Orthodox head, Tawadros II.
The mosque and the Coptic cathedral were inaugurated during a ceremony that took place in the congress center of the new administrative capital. The Egyptian president al-Sisi asked those present to respect a minute's silence for the police officer who died two days ago in an attempt to defuse a bomb that had been placed in a church on the eastern outskirts of Cairo. So this year, too, the Coptic Church celebrated Christmas last night with strengthened security measures. At the opening ceremony, video messages of Cardinal Béchara Boutros Raï, patriarch of the Maronite Church, and of the Greek Patriarch Melchita Youssef Absi were shown. Pope Francis also sent a greeting message. "The Prince of Peace gives the gift of peace and prosperity to Egypt, the Middle East and to the whole world". This is the wish of Francis, who addressed a "special" greeting to my dear brother His Holiness Pope Tawadros II and to the dear Orthodox Coptic Church".
After the inauguration ceremony, the president al-Sisi, accompanied by the great imam of al-Azhar and the Coptic Pope, went to the new mosque.
"This is an important day for Egypt and for the world because we see this country writing a new page in the history of civilization," President Capasso said.
Tawadros II in his greeting said: "Today we celebrate an unprecedented occasion where the minarets of the Mosque embrace those of the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ, opening a new horizon for our beloved country on this happy occasion. "We pray for the unity of our country".

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MASSIMO PICA CIAMARRA MEETS VISITORS OF THE MUSEUM OF PEACE - MAMT

The professor Massimo Pica Ciamarra - of the PCA studio int - met numerous visitors to the Museum of Peace - MAMT to whom he illustrated the section "The Mediterranean of Light" dedicated  to Mediterranean architecture.
Particular attention was paid to the projects of prof. Pica Ciamarra and for the "Civilizzare l'urbano" program.
The comments on the Piazza Municipio underground station are interesting.

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EPIPHANY AT THE MUSEUM OF PEACE - MAMT

Welcomed by President Capasso and the staff of the Museum of Peace - MAMT, visitors from various countries spent the day before and the Epiphany day at the Museum expressing appreciation for a unique place.

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