The Museums of San Salvatore in Lauro are located in the former Convent of the Marche, monastic complex of 500 adjoining the church of San Salvatore in Lauro, in the center of Rome. The Museums are home to donations and permanent galleries of Emilio Greek and Umberto Mastroianni, internationally renowned sculptors. Emilio Greek, Francesco Messina and Umberto Mastroianni are just some of the artists with the San Salvatore Monumental Complex in Lauro had an assiduous and continues to work with engravings, sketches, catalogs, or to bring their creations to their will or that of their heirs. Among the exhibitions that were held in the Museums of San Salvatore in Lauro there were visions of the Grand Tour Hermitage. People and landscapes of Italy in the Russian collections, the exhibition for the 200th anniversary of the birth of Gogol ', those of Dostoevsky and Italy, on the Kinetic and the centenary of the birth of Francesco Messina. The monumental complex offers the public a rich exhibition offer.