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NEWS | 27 July 2015 

Giovanni Battista Piranesi is one of the greatest personalities of Italian art of the 18th century. He was a man of many professions, eager to assert themselves as an architect and a scientist, but to the history is written primarily as an extraordinary graphic designer. His life and work inseparably united with Rome and its monuments from ancient times. His love of the Eternal City testifies dozens of vistas. On the occasion of the exhibition Piranesi, which in Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum will begin on October 1, we have a photographic competition.

 Do you have interesting photos from your vacation in Rome? Compare our gallery Piranesi Roman cityscapes with their own images and if you catch the same place as "a brilliant graphic designer Italian baroque" and the photos you send us, we will issue it on our website. The most interesting or most similar to the original graphic extra reward yearlong free ticket to a museum or exhibition catalog!

Photo Gallery
Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter Stator

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

Flavian Amphiteater, called the Colosseum

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

Arch of Septimus Severus

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

The Bridge in Rimini

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

Arch of Pola in Istria

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

Arch of Gallienus

from the Antichità Romane de Tempi della Reppublica, 1747-1748, etching, Archbishopric Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum

View of the Pontet Salario

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

View of the Atrium of the Portico of Ostavia

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

Interior view of the Pentheon

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

The Temple of Cybele in the Piazza della Bocca Verità

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

Another view of the Sibylline temple at Tivoli

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

View of the Arch of Titus

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

St. Peter´s and the Piazza of st. Peter´s

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

View of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

View of the Grand cascade at Tivoli

from the series Vedute di Roma, 1750-1751, etching, National Gallery in Prague

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