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FROM THE 2019 ARCHIVES: While some tourists do Madrid on a shoestring, a select few see a side well beyond the reach of the masses. Luxury tourism might include a visit to the Prado Museum cleared of visitors, or eating tapas with the king’s cousin.

“Museo del Prado recently collaborated on a project with the World Wildlife Fund ... Paintings from the museum’s collection were digitally modified to reflect a future world destroyed by inaction.”

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The Prado Museum Digitally Alters Four Masterpieces to Strikingly Illustrate the Impact of Climate Change

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Wonderful! Paintings from Prado museum collection given climate change makeovers. Rising sea levels, barren rivers, and refugee camps transform works by European painters into a campaign to save the environment (ht @azeem )

Famous paintings from Madrid’s Prado Museum were reimagined to send a message about climate change, as the city hosts #COP25 .

Famous paintings from Madrid’s Prado Museum were reimagined to send a message about climate change, as the city hosts #COP25 .

Famous paintings from Madrid’s Prado Museum were reimagined to send a message about climate change, as the city hosts #COP25 .

Famous paintings from Madrid’s Prado Museum were reimagined to send a message about climate change, as the city hosts #COP25 .

Famous paintings from Madrid’s Prado Museum were reimagined to send a message about climate change, as the city hosts #COP25 .

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Celebrate 200 years of @museodelprado  on 30 September with our free lunchtime talk. Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, joins our Director Gabriele Finaldi, to discuss the past, present and future of this celebrated museum:

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Celebrate 200 years of @museodelprado  on 30 September with our free lunchtime talk. Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, joins our Director Gabriele Finaldi, to discuss the past, present and future of this celebrated museum:

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As it celebrates its 200th anniversary this year, the Prado, Spain’s national museum, can boast of welcoming almost 3 million visitors a year to what has become one of Europe’s finest painting collections

After visiting a museum 200 times, is it possible to still miss things? According to writer Andrew Ferren, who visited the Prado in Madrid for its bicentennial, the answer is yes.

A new exhibition, “A Place of Memory,” shows how Spain’s national museum, the Prado, navigated Spain’s politics, as the country went from being an imperial power to a nation divided by civil war, and then through dictatorship to the democracy it is today

For 200 years, the Prado, Spain's national museum, has navigated the country's choppy political waters

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