"Journey Through Space" While on a Rome City Break

Perthshire, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 14, 2010 -- The Italian Space Agency, the National Institute of Nuclear Physics and the National Institute of Astrophysics are jointly organizing "Stars and Particles: The Voice of the Universe" - an exhibition which calls for a journey through space. Anyone who is on a visit to Rome, either on a city break or short holiday can spend some time at this exhibition which has been launched to shore up the International Year of Astronomy. Tourists and natives can experience the event any day before February 14th 2010.

Hotels in Rome, who always play a decisive role in coordinating such events, are already flooded with inquiries in this regard. The exhibition takes place at Rome's Palazzo delle Esposizioni. Adventure seekers can first settle in for a pleasant and comfortable stay in any of the many Rome hotels [http://www.romecitybreaks.com/hotels.html] close to the venue and then go in for this rather different kind of adventure.

The exhibition is designed for those who would like to have a good insight into space and its many mysteries and our very existence itself. Visitors can get to see a giant sphere which symbolizes the earth and planets and which displays testimonies of famous space researchers. Modern astronomical observation tools, telescopes and cosmic radiation indicators are the other exhibits showcased.

Travellers out on a Roman holiday these days can drop by the science festival taking place at the auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome from January 13th to 17th. One can witness various displays as well as shows from leading astronomers and physicians around the globe.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 15, 2010 at 5:17 am
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