All tickets to the end of the exhibition from the Vatican to the Tretyakov gallery sold
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MOSCOW, January 13. /TASS/. All tickets for the exhibition “Roma Aeterna. Masterpieces Of The Vatican Picture Gallery. Bellini, Raphael, Caravaggio,” which will continue its work in the Tretyakov gallery until 19 February, sold out. About TASS reported the press service of the Museum.
The gallery starts selling a new batch of tickets to the exhibition from the Vatican
“Now all the tickets to the exhibition until 19 February bought some tickets is under registration”, – said the Agency interlocutor. She said that in case of the orders will not be redeemed, the tickets will again go on sale on the website.
Thursday, January 12, at the offices of the Tretyakov gallery on the Crimean Shaft was implemented part of the next batch of tickets, which sold out in a matter of minutes. On Friday morning in the sale, the site received the other part .
The first batch of tickets to the exhibition in the pre-sale was sold out in late October, almost instantly, the second one already with your name on the tickets, entered in the register and on the website December 15, 2016 and also enjoyed excessive demand. The Museum has a line of people wanting to get to the exhibition, but the page selling tickets to the Museum’s website was intermittent due to the large number of requests.
In the Tretyakov gallery lined up wanting to get to the exhibition from the Vatican Museums
Total for the day was sold about 15 thousand tickets for the period from 31 December to 15 January. How many tickets were sold in the period from 12 to 13 January, currently calculated.
In the collection of the Pinakothek Vatican are about 470 paintings. In Moscow brought a tenth, and not from the vaults, and of the main exhibition. Paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, Giovanni Bellini, Guercino, Pietro Perugino and Guido Reni very rarely leave the Vatican, so their show at the Tretyakov gallery, which runs until 19 February, is considered one of the most significant events in a series of European exhibitions.