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Natural stone and museums.
A timeless relationship.
Stones and museums are linked by an ancient history. The galleries of the Renaissance courts (in Florence, Mantua and Rome) held marbles found in excavations or preserved through the centuries.
The American Museum of Natural History.
Among New York”s cultural institutions, the American Museum of Natural History is particularly famous and visited by millions, to the point of being one of the icons of the metropolis and a set of successful films.
Marmi Ghirardi and the American Museum of Natural History.
Even stone can become a show: this is the case at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, which has made science a spectacular attraction for millions of visitors.
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