Natural science museum La Stria Natural Science Museum has announced that the new exhibits on the “Theology of the Dead” and “The Great Discovery of the Gods” will be on display starting this summer.
“In a world without religion, the great discovery of the gods is a treasure that cannot be missed,” said the museum’s director, Stefano Facciani.
“The discovery of their secret places, the mystery of the mysteries of nature and the mysteries that lie in the past, all are present in this magnificent exhibition.
And they all await the restoration and the unveiling in the future.”
The exhibition, titled “The Science of the Religion of the dead” and the “Great Discovery of Gods” was designed to offer a historical context to the discovery of these mysterious deities and the events surrounding them, as well as to explore the way that religion in Italy has been shaped and shaped in the years since the discoveries of Galileo, Copernicus and Kepler.
The opening of the exhibits was originally planned for the summer but was postponed in April after an accident at the museum.
The exhibition will be open until November 27.