The Museum of Motion Picture

http://www.moviemuseum.org/index.html

Our mission is to create a place to celebrate and explore how film has reflected and shaped world culture, and to help us all better understand what the movies have meant—and continue to mean—in our lives.

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Museum Facts

–  There are approximately 17,500 museums in the U.S.

– There are more than 1,300 museums in the state of California.

– American museums average approximately 865 million visits per year. That’s more than the number of those who attend professional baseball, basketball and football games combined.

– The first publicly owned museum in Europe was the British Museum in London, which was founded in 1753 and opened free to the public in 1759.

–  The first specialized art museum was the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia, established in 1764.

–  The Louvre in Paris, France was established in 1793, soon after the French Revolution turned the royal treasures into public property.

– There are other museums devoted to motion picture arts and sciences. Among them are: the Berlin Film Museum (www.filmmuseum-berlin.de), the National Cinema Museum in Turin, Italy (www.museonazionaledelcinema.org), and the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, New York (www.movingimage.us).

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PS: wishfull thinking – nar fi frumos sa ajung si eu la acest minunat muzeu in vizita?! … dar nuuuu, nuuu, tre sami consum timpu, energia, banii si nervii cu tzevi inghetate si probleme locative. Bleah!

Anybody upthere? I need a sign from you🙂

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