Vienna, Austria, Nov 28, 2019 -- The Revival of Peace Museum, located just meters from the St. Stephens Cathedral in Vienna, Austria, will pay homage to the authenticity of Vienna and the greats of society who have helped to glorify and defend peace.
Each year, thousands of tourists walk the streets of Vienna that surround the museum. Featuring a beautiful stone entrance, courtyard, and cobblestone walkway, visitors from around the world will be exposed to the heroes of society who have contributed to its peace and stability. An important tool for encouraging global peace, the museum will induce thought-provoking conversations and admiration for global efforts to promote peaceful living. It will also offer sculpture and animation lessons to children and adults of Vienna.
Each wall of the museum will contain bust sculptures of mothers of future geniuses of the world, including Lady Math, Lady Music, Lady Chess, and Lady Literature. Visitors will be able to enjoy the museum's courtyard, exhibits, and sculptures from a variety of perspectives.
The museum will create individual sculptures of visitors to pay homage to their support and generosity, and to thank them for their contribution to the legacy of the museum in its mission to promote global peace. Funding and support for the Revival of Peace Museum will be used to renovate its existing space, such as by creating shelving and bust sculptures, revitalizing its courtyard, and designing its exhibits.
The Kickstarter campaign is located on the web at:
Supporters around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. Supporters can make pledges starting at $10, with the top tier pledge earning sponsors an opportunity to publish their brands in the museum. More information is available on the Kickstarter campaign page.
About The Revival of Peace Museum:
The Revival of Peace Museum, located in Vienna, Austria, is supported by the works of Alexander Nefediev and Vladimir Samusev. The two have used their passions for architecture and sculpting to tell stories of peace and stability to visitors from around the world, and to capture the authenticity of Vienna, through this latest project.
Peace Museum of Vienna