International Exhibitions

15 September 2020

Inauguration in Paris of the exhibition “The guardians of Christ’s tomb”

Every year, more than ten million tourists visit the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur in Paris, the second most visited place in France after the Cathedral of Notre Dame.  As the Sacré Coeur closes the ..

9 June 2020

Mosaic: evidence of eras, religions and cultures in the Holy Land

Introduction The mosaic constitutes, thanks to its great antiquity, a unique piece heritage in mediterranean art and culture. In particular, the cradle of most antique civilization and crossroads ..

20 April 2020

The Pharmacy of St. Saviour in Jerusalem

A singular patrimony of knowledge in the Middle East A rich collection of jugs, saplings, apothecary vases and jars, pharmacopoeia, recipes and carefully preserved medical records make up the ..

24 March 2020

Χαίρε, Μαρία. Ave Maria. The origins of the Marian cult

The name of the city of Nazareth - which is cited neither in the works of Giuseppe Flavio, nor in Talmud - appeared for the first time in the Gospels. According to saint Luke, the episode of the ..

12 March 2020

Design of the sacred: the new catalogue of liturgical vestments and fabrics

The new catalogue of the Terra Sancta Museum dedicated to sacred vestments, edited by Maria Pia Pettinau Vescina with the contribution of Danièle Véron-Denise, a well-known expert in liturgical and ..

7 October 2019

The Radziwills – History and legacy of the princes

In Vilnius, at the National Museum - the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania - a retrospective exhibition has opened on the noble Radziwiłł family. On display will also be a chalice and a paten, part of the collections of the Terra Sancta Museum.

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