The Charioteer of Mozia, a masterpiece of Greek Sicily, dated 470-450 BC, will be exhibited at the British Museum in London for the Olympics to be held in the British capital in the summer of this year. The statue will be on display from May 1 to September 30 in the prestigious "Duveen Gallery", the room that houses the sculptures and friezes of the Parthenon. In turn, the British Museum will pay the Sicilian Region, the statue Strangford Apollo, Greek work carried out between 500 and 490 BC, which will be exposed in the same period in the center of the museum "Whitaker Joseph" island of Mozia. The exchange is part of the cartel that the Regional Minister of Culture, Sebastiano Missineo, will sign today in London that provides, for the next five years, the realization of exhibitions, loans of works of art, publications, conferences for academics and conferences to a wider audience. "The partnership with the British Museum - said Missineo - is located along the trail of the promotion of cultural heritage of Sicily abroad. This synergy for the region represents a strategic choice to develop even further the policy of internationalization, which has already produced important results in recent months. How, for example, the success of the exhibition "Russian Avant-garde" which saw record attendance at the 'Hotel of the Poor of Palermo. "
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