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Great Museums of the World: Art History Museum, Vienna by Giorgio Faggin
Great Museums of the World: Brera, Milan by Roberto Paolo Ciardi
Great Museums of the World: British Museum, London by Antonino Caleca
Great Museums of the World: Egyptian Museum, Cairo by Sergio Donadoni
Great Museums of the World: Hermitage, Leningrad by Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
Great Museums of the World: Louvre, Paris by Gigetta Dalli Regoli
Great Museums of the World: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by Licia Ragghianti Collobi
Great Museums of the World: Museum of Art, São Paulo by Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand.,
Great Museums of the World: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston by Adolph S. Cavallo
Great Museums of the World: Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest by Luc Menaše
Great Museums of the World: Museums of Cracow by Henry A. Lafarge
Great Museums of the World: Museums of Egypt by Newsweek
Great Museums of the World: Museums of the Andes by Junius B. Bird, Introduction; Elizabeth P. Benson & William J. Conklin, Commentary; Sergio J. Chavez, History of Andean Archaeology.
Great Museums of the World: Museums of Yugoslavia by Dragoslav Srejovic
Great Museums of the World: National Archaeological Museum, Athens by Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
Great Museums of the World: National Gallery, London by Gigetta Dalli Regoli
Great Museums of the World: National Gallery, Washington by Newsweek
Great Museums of the World: National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City by Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
Great Museums of the World: National Museum, Tokyo by Alberto Giuganino
Great Museums of the World: Paintings Gallery Dresden by Mariella Editor De Basttisti
Great Museums of the World: Pinakothek, Munich by Roberto Salvini
Great Museums of the World: Pompeii and Its Museums by Newsweek
Great Museums of the World: Prado, Madrid by Anna Pallucchini
Great Museums of the World: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam by Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
Great Museums of the World: Uffizi, Florence by Gigetta Dalli Regoli
Great Museums of the World: Vatican Museums, Rome by Gigetta Dalli Regoli
Pompeii and its Museums by Antonio De Simone, Giorgi, Fiorenzo

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