June Wednesday 29th 2016, in Naples, opened its doors of the MUSEUM OF PEACE - MAMT (Mediterranean, Art, Architecture, Archaeology, Environment, Music, Migration, Traditions, Tourism): a space created by the Fondazione Mediterraneo, for over 25 years committed to dialogue and peace in the Mediterranean and the World.
The museum, conceived and directed by MICHELE CAPASSO, is located in the historic building of the former "Grand Hotel de Londres" in Municipio Square, in the heart of Naples, a few steps from the metro station designed by Alvaro Siza and the cruise port.
The Museum, with free admission, is a "House" to welcome and protect, as it is perceived by the word "MAMT", which in Neapolitan means "Thy Mother", the one who "welcomes". In the 5 floors on which the museum is located, it tells the story of what has united and unites the peoples of the Mediterranean and the World: Music, Science, Art, Creativity, Craftsmanship, Solidarity, Traditions, Costumes, Food, Destiny.... It is possible to visit twelve emotional pathways, based on important themes such as Migration, Interreligious Dialogue, Music, Stories of Peace, Legality, all guided by more than 5,000 videos in high definition (4k) and by objects, finds and testimonies unique in the world that have contributed to define the Museum as "emotional heritage of humanity" and to give it the title of "Museum of Emotions".
Among the emotional paths of great interest those dedicated to Molinari color sculptor and Pino Daniele.