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GERONIMO STILTON EXCEPTIONAL GUIDE FOR VISITORS OF “LA LUNA. AND THEN?” OF THE CIVIC MUSEUM OF ROVERETO

13 Feb - 2019

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Following the collaboration with MUDEC in Milan, the UNESCO site Pompeii, Herculaneum, Torre Annunziata, Leonardo’s Leonardiano Museum and the Galata Museo di Genova, the new educational museum project begins of the mouse journalist most loved by children all over the world!

The first landing of the man on the moon, in July 1969, was not just an extraordinary scientific technical enterprise. It was in all respects an exceptional moment that transformed the present into the future. For this reason, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing, Fondazione Museo Civico di Rovereto, with the company Eclipse Events srl, organized the exhibition “La Luna. And then? 50 years from the moon landing: history and perspectives of the space exploration “, realized with the patronage of ASI, the Italian Space Agency and in partnership with SSERVI (Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute) and NASA.

The appointment could not miss Geronimo Stilton, the most loved journalist mouse by children all over the world with over 152 million books sold worldwide, translated into 49 languages ​​and published in Italy by PIEMME Editions. For the occasion Geronimo will guide the small visitors of the exhibition through the history of the conquest of the Moon, the Apollo missions and the space race. In fact, after scoring the collaborations with MUDEC in Milan, the UNESCO site Pompeii, Herculaneum, Torre Annunziata, the Leonardo Museum of Vinci and the Galata-Museum of the Sea of ​​Genoa, now Geronimo Stilton opens up to new galaxies thanks to this precious initiative developed with Fondazione Museo Civico di Rovereto.

“A small step for man, a giant leap for humanity,” said the first astronaut on the Moon, Neil Armstrong, descending the last step of the Lunar Module lineup. And humanity in these fifty years of leaps (technological, political, social), thanks to those men and those extraordinary missions, has made many. This is why the Director of the Echo of Rodent has created a special audio path that will allow his little fans to hear, precisely from his voice, the most adventurous stories related to the exhibition, including relics and curiosities, documents and original objects, flight plans , astronaut equipment, reproductions of the suit of Dave Scott (commander of Apollo 15) and even a perfect and working copy of the Lunar Rover, the vehicle brought to the Moon by the Apollo Lunar Module. In short: the little ones will explore the exhibition (and the space!) In the company of one of their favorites. And they will learn while having fun!

The project was created to bring the youngest, in a creative and innovative way, to the charm and adventure that every museum can give thanks to the journey of discovery, in time and space, which offers every visitor, from 0 to 99 years. But the surprises are not over because in spring Geronimo Stilton in fur and mustache will visit the exhibition and will stage for the young visitors the stratospheric show “SOS there is a mouse in space” (all details about the event will be available on geronimostilton.com).


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