A virtual exhibition

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siehe unten  New exhibits since December 6th, 2013
Since February 9th, 2012 an interactive Map of the world is included in the exhibition, which states an alternative to the locations index.


follow this link  Information on the exhibition
follow this link  General
follow this link  For guidance
follow this link  History
follow this link  The sections of the exhibition follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Statues (62 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Memorial stones (11+1 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Sculptures (3 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Temples (4 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Wells (9 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Otherwise designed monuments (34 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Commemorative plaques (79 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Birthplaces (34 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Reliefs (8 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Paving stones called 'Stolpersteine' (4 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Other plaques (74 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Museums (8+2+33+5 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Busts (71 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Paintings (55 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Decorations (33 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Burial-places (83 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Epitaphs etc. (14 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Street-signs (140 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Trails (2 exhibits)   
follow this link  Others (24 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Marginalia (15 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Banknotes (19 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Coins (61+1+3+2 exhibits) 
follow this link  Medals (14+1 exhibits) 
follow this link  Stamps (129+15 exhibits) 
follow this link  Special exhibitions
follow this link  Monuments on mathematics (21 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Crotone - the city of Pythagoras
follow this link  Posters (5 exhibits) 
follow this link  Books
follow this link  Origins (9 exhibits)    follow this link  round walk
follow this link  Round about the exhibition
follow this link  Person index
follow this link  Interactive map of the world
follow this link  Location index
follow this link  Mathematical topics
follow this link  List of publications reproducing pictures from
this virtual exhibition
follow this link  Links to external sites

see below  Other collections, exhibitions etc.
see below  Links to related sites
see below  Link collections
see below  Links to Societies

New exhibits

New exhibits are referenced directly for the sake of providing direct access preferably for frequent visitors. But it is intended to maintain the history approximately for the last year.

Since December 6th, 2013

Certainly, there is also a round walk, showing all the new exhibits.

Moreover additions or changes took place at the following exhibits:

Since March 30th, 2013

Due to the lack of many exhibits no round walk is provided.

Since February 9th, 2012

A Map of the world is included in the exhibition, which states an alternative to the locations index.


Other collections, exhibitions etc.


Links to related sites

Since October 2006 there is also a Spanish variant of the section "Monuments". A Spanish variant exists also for the coin collection since November 2006 and from January 2007 there exists also a Spanish variant of the section concerning graves. They are parts of the portal DivulgaMAT, whose aim is making mathematics more popular. This portal is developed by a commission of the Real Sociedad Matemática Española (Royal Society for Mathematics of Spain).


Link collections


Links to Societies which focus on cultivating the bequests of great mathematicians


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Last correction on February 2nd, 2014

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