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Logos Museum

What to see in Vibonati, Salerno, Campania

The Logos Museum, located at the Convent of St. Francis of Paola in Vibonati, is a unique place to admire thousands of self-propelled statues that tell 2,500 years of history. The museum's founder is entrepreneur and film producer Carmine Cardinale, known for his production company Auris Film. The museum is divided into 27 rooms that retrace the most significant stages in the life of Jesus. You can walk through the various rooms and admire the beauty of the works of art, immersing yourself in religious history and culture.

One of the most interesting aspects of the Logos Museum is the nativity scene, considered the largest in the world. It covers an area of 1,000 square meters and consists of about three thousand statues arranged in such a way as to tell the story of Jesus from birth to resurrection. The nativity scene was created with care and attention to detail, making it an extraordinary work of art.

If you are passionate about art, culture and religion, you cannot miss this extraordinary experience. The Logos Museum will offer you a unique opportunity to learn about religious history and culture through works of art.

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