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Messaggeria in lingua italianaBOLOGNA MINERAL SHOW 2017

14th Feb 2017 06:52 GMTBologna Mineral Show

BOLCA E I SUOI FOSSILI


Visto l’enorme successo, la famiglia Cerato, proprietaria della cava e del Museo di Bolca, esporrà una rassegna dei migliori reperti fossili presenti nella sua ricca collezione, portando nuovi reperti fossili mai esposti al di fuori del loro museo ed esposti al Bologna Mineral Show.

La bellezza e l'importanza di questi campioni è riconosciuta a livello mondiale per la varietà, la rarità e la perfetta conservazione degli esemplari.

L' impegno della famiglia Cerato e in particolare di Massimo Cerato è quello di esibire ad una platea più vasta possibile, meraviglie del mondo fossile italiano, conosciuto ai professionisti del settore ma non altrettanto ai visitatori. il nostro impegno, come sempre, nel coniugare cultura e spettacolo nel campo mineralogico-paleontologico, sarà di allestire una degna presentazione per questo evento paleontologico importantissimo.


A coronamento della tematica, sarà attrezzata un'area dove Massimo Cerato porterà piccole lastre di pietra della Pesciara e i bambini che si vorranno cimentare in questa affascinante ricerca con un martelletto potranno cercare piccoli resti fossili della laguna pietrificata di Bolca risalenti a 50 milioni di anni fa e provare l'emozione di diventare per un giorno piccoli paleontologi...

Non mancate di visitare la 48ma edizione del Bologna Mineral Show nella sede dell’Unipol Arena in via Gino Cervi 2 a Casalecchio di Reno nei giorni 10 – 11 – 12 marzo dalle 9.00 alle 19.00


BOLCA AND ITS FOSSILS


Given the great success, Cerato family, owners of the quarry and the Bolca Museum, will exhibit a review of the best fossil spacimens present in their large collection, adding this time new fossils never ever exhibited outside of their museum and displayed at Bologna Mineral Show.

The beauty and importance of these samples is worldwide awarded because of variety, rarity and the perfect preservation of the specimens.

Commitment of Cerato family and especially by Massimo Cerato is to present to an as wider audience as possible, wonders of the Italian fossil world, known to professionals but not to visitors. Our commitment, as always, in combining culture and entertainment into mineralogical-paleontological field, will be to prepare a worthy ehibition to this most important paleontological event.


To culminate the exhibition, there will be an equipped area where Massimo Cerato will bring small stone slabs from Pesciara, and children who want to challenge themselves in a fascinating seeking with a hammer, will look for small fossils from the petrified lagoon of Bolca dating back to 50 million years ago, and experience the thrill of becoming young paleontologists for a day ...


Be sure to visit the 48th edition of Bologna Mineral Show in the location of the Unipol Arena at via Gino Cervi 2 in Casalecchio di Reno (BO) on March 10 – 11 - 12 from 9.00 to 19.00
 
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