Thursday, April 28, 2011

Il museo del cinema - Cinema museum Torino

Hi all!

Il museo del cinema Torino - this is one of the best museums I've ever been to! It was great and If you're ever in Turin I really reccomend it! 

Let's move on to the pictures

Mole Antonelliana where the museum is situated



 Goofing around

(from left to right - Tina, Helena, Me)


 Logo



 It wouldn't be a cinema museum without a camera wouldn't it?!


 Marilyn Monroe picture


 Set


 Pictures of famous actors


 Masks from Star trek? Sorry I'm not a Star wars / trek movie fan...





 Creepy...


 Jurassic Park


 Gremlin







 Huge fridge door with stuff :)


 The elevator that takes you up to see the view. We didn't go because the row was just toooooo long :) and I'm scared of heights so I would probably have a heartattack up there :)



 us...








 Pretty confortable :)








We spend almost the whole afternoon inside the museum! And we didn't regret a second!

Love, Sanja


10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I love visiting museums :)

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  2. OMG, that place looks so interesting, you are so lucky to have visited it!

    Kisses,
    Froso from Style Nirvana.

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  3. Sanja,

    Was googling slovenian bloggers and came across your site. Any other reco's on where I can find others?

    Fun blog!
    xo
    Suzi
    avagracescloset.blogspot.com

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  4. Thanks to all!

    Hvala vsem! :)

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  5. Gorgeous photos. That ceiling is amazing, yes I understand it does look pretty high! -xo
    Ladyofashion

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  6. Hi,
    nice photos.
    I am following you now.

    Thanks,
    Subodh S Deshpande
    http://wandering-with-passion.blogspot.com

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  7. It's very high! It was an amazing experience...

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