Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Monumental staircase of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Vine Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The carts provided the transport from wine from the roman countryside to the city till 1940. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Vine Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The carts provided the transport from wine from the roman countryside to the city till 1940. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Vine Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The carts provided the transport from wine from the roman countryside to the city till 1940. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to transports with Pack animals in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to transports with Pack animals in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Monumental staircase of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Vine Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The carts provided the transport from wine from the roman countryside to the city till 1940. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to transports with Pack animals in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to transports with Pack animals in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to transports with Pack animals in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Monumental staircase of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Macchina di Santa Rosa or Tower of Santa Rosa in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Tower of Santa Rosa commemorates the town’s patron saint. The Catholic procession featuring a large shoulder-borne processional structure takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious procession in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Macchina di Santa Rosa or Tower of Santa Rosa in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Tower of Santa Rosa commemorates the town’s patron saint. The Catholic procession featuring a large shoulder-borne processional structure takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall of the Traditions of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall of the Traditions of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the oil production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the oil production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the domestic wheat production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the oil production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the oil production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the hemp production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the spinning in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the spinning in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the hemp production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the spinning in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the spinning in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the spinning in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the vine production in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the hunting in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the pastoralism in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to boats and sails in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to boats and sails in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the hunting in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to boats and sails in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to boats and sails in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The gondolas in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The gondola exposed dates from 1882 and was constructed for the visit of the Italian queen Margherita di Savoia. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The gondolas in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The gondola exposed dates from 1882 and was constructed for the visit of the Italian queen Margherita di Savoia. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The gondolas in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The gondola exposed dates from 1882 and was constructed for the visit of the Italian queen Margherita di Savoia. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Historical signs in the section dedicated to the commerce in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Historical signs in the section dedicated to the commerce in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The gondolas in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The gondola exposed dates from 1882 and was constructed for the visit of the Italian queen Margherita di Savoia. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The carpenter in the section dedicated to the arts and crafts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Banquet of a water vendor in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The banquet used to sell natural water, water with lime or with Sambuca origins from Sicily. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Banquet of a water vendor in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The banquet used to sell natural water, water with lime or with Sambuca origins from Sicily. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The carpenter in the section dedicated to the arts and crafts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Street vendors in the section dedicated to the commerce in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Banquet of a water vendor in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The banquet used to sell natural water, water with lime or with Sambuca origins from Sicily. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Street vendors in the section dedicated to the commerce in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Street vendors in the section dedicated to the commerce in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Home types in the section dedicated to the houses and living spaces in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Spinning and weaving in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Spinning and weaving in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Spinning and weaving in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Games in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Games in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Fabrics and clothes in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Fabrics and clothes in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Fabrics and clothes in the section dedicated to the artworks and the processing of materials in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Wedding in the section dedicated to the steps of life in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Promises of love in the section dedicated to the steps of life in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Wedding in the section dedicated to the steps of life in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Death rituals in the section dedicated to the steps of life in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Death rituals in the section dedicated to the steps of life in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Traditional Masks in the section dedicated to the festivities that mark the calendar of the year in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Traditional Masks in the section dedicated to the festivities that mark the calendar of the year in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Traditional Masks in the section dedicated to the festivities that mark the calendar of the year in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Traditional Masks in the section dedicated to the festivities that mark the calendar of the year in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Traditional Masks in the section dedicated to the festivities that mark the calendar of the year in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Popular music and instruments in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Popular music and instruments in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Popular music and instruments in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Puppets and marionettes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the tradition of public shows and games. The pieces where inspired by knightly epos like the Arthur or Orlando saga. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Costumes in the section dedicated to the feasts and ceremonies in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall of the Traditions in the palace of the same name today the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is named after the ethnologist who was the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Ceri di Gubbio wooden pedestals in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The wooden structures honors the life of Bishop Ubaldo Baldassini who was canonized as Protector of Gubbio. The eve of his death anniversary, May 15, is marked in Gubbio by a procession known as La Corsa dei Ceri. The procession through the streets features small statues of Saint Ubaldo, Saint George, and Saint Anthony, in order. They are mounted upon immense wooden pedestals each hoisted by a team of "Ceraioli" (runners) clad respectively in yellow, blue, or black. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Ceri di Gubbio wooden pedestals in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The wooden structures honors the life of Bishop Ubaldo Baldassini who was canonized as Protector of Gubbio. The eve of his death anniversary, May 15, is marked in Gubbio by a procession known as La Corsa dei Ceri. The procession through the streets features small statues of Saint Ubaldo, Saint George, and Saint Anthony, in order. They are mounted upon immense wooden pedestals each hoisted by a team of "Ceraioli" (runners) clad respectively in yellow, blue, or black. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious processions in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Religious processions notable for their "celebrations of big shoulder-borne processional structures" in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. Catholic processions featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place throughout Italy still today. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Hall dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Figurines of cribs in the section dedicated to the nativity scenes in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. They origin from different regions and date mainly from the eighteen century. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Macchina di Santa Rosa or Tower of Santa Rosa in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Tower of Santa Rosa commemorates the town’s patron saint. The Catholic procession featuring a large shoulder-borne processional structure takes place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
The Lilies of Nola religious processions in the section dedicated to the religious feasts in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts in Rome, Italy. In Nola, a procession of eight wood and papier mâché obelisks commemorates the return of St. Paolino. The Catholic procession featuring large shoulder-borne processional structures take place still today and was included by the UNESCO in their world heritage listing. The museum is named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria the mainly initiator of the collections. The museum of Folk and Popular Arts is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Monumental staircase of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Monumental staircase of the Palace of the Traditions today Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The Palace of the Traditions is located in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions originating from the different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Section dedicated to the Sicilian Cart in the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Collection of Chariots in the entrance hall of the Museum of Folk and Popular Arts named after the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
Museum of Folk and Popular Arts dedicated to the ethnologist Lamberto Loria in Rome, Italy. The museum is located in the Palace of the Traditions in the EUR-zone of Rome, which was designed as the venue for the World Exhibition in 1942 (which never took place however because of WW II). The museum is the most important of its kind in Italy, for both the number and quality of objects in its collections, as well as the research departments it houses and documents the popular arts and traditions from different regions of Italy. The Palace of the Traditions houses the museum since 1956.
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