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Italian collector Domenico Agostinelli works in his museum in Dragona, near Rome November 4, 2014. Agostinelli, 74, has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 

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Domenico Agostinelli in seinem Museum. Bild: TONY GENTILE/REUTERS

Domenico Agostinelli

Das kommt alles zusammen, wenn man 60 Jahre lang wie ein Wahnsinniger die unterschiedlichsten Dinge sammelt

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Domenico Agostinelli ist ein Sammler. Seit 60 Jahren klaubt er alle möglichen Dinge zusammen und versammelt sie in seinem Museum in Dragona, Rom. Von Meteoriten-Fragmenten, über eine Haarlocke des italienischen Freiheitskämpfers Giuseppe Garibaldi, bis hin zu einem 65 Millionen alten Dinosaurier-Ei. Agostinelli hat alles. Selbst das Auto, mit dem der Unterweltkönig Al Capone einst die Strassen Chicagos unsicher machte. 

Italian collector Domenico Agostinelli checks an old car which belonged to the American gangster Al Capone in his museum in Dragona, near Rome, October 30, 2014. Agostinelli, 74, has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY PROFILE) 

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Sogar Al Capones Auto steht im Museo Agostinelli.  Bild: TONY GENTILE/REUTERS

Genauso sammelt der 74-Jährige aber auch banale Dinge. Alltagsgegenstände wie zum Beispiel Regenschirme. Davon hat er 3'200 Exemplare. 

A collection of umbrellas is displayed in the Museum of Domenico Agostinelli in Dragona, near Rome, November 4, 2014. Agostinelli has a collection of 3200 umbrellas. 74-year-old has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)

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Agostinellis mächtige Regenschirm-Sammlung. Bild: TONY GENTILE/REUTERS

Oder Hände. Aus Plastik, aus Eisen, aus Holz.

A collection of wooden, iron, and plastic hands is displayed in the Museum of Domenico Agostinelli in Dragona, near Rome October 30, 2014.  Agostinelli, 74, has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)

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Agostinelli



Körbe, alte Metallschachteln, ein Kaugummiautomat. Agostinellis Museum ist eine einzige Fundgrube. 

Baskets, metal tin boxes and other objects are displayed on shelves in the Museum of Domenico Agostinelli in Dragona, near Rome November 4, 2014. Agostinelli, 74, has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)

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Ein Ramschparadies.  Bild: TONY GENTILE/REUTERS

Und an so einem Platz sind auch die leicht beängstigenden Spielzeuge nicht weit. 

Toys are displayed in the Museum of Domenico Agostinelli in Dragona, near Rome October 30, 2014.  Agostinelli, 74, has a passion that has led him over the past 60 years to pick up and collect things of all types, from antique art to everyday objects of the past and present. His collection includes a 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg, meteor fragments, a car that once belonged to American mob boss Al Capone, a lock of hair of Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, toys, weapons, musical instruments of all kinds and many more. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)

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Die Pinocchio-Sammlung von Agostinelli. Bild: TONY GENTILE/REUTERS

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