The exhibition will run until July
Pink Floyd music legends Roger Waters and Nick Mason have opened a new exhibition of their band's life and work in Rome.
The exhibition is being held less than a kilometer away from where the band held their first performance in 1968.
Roger Waters, the band's bassist spoke about his life in the seventies;
"Going through this exhibition and thinking about it yesterday, certainly the bits of it that I was involved with, which is the 70s, the work was consumed with asking questions about whether we can find within ourselves the capacity to make any sense at all of life on earth and our potential or lack of it to empathise with one another and so on and so forth. So it was a very emotional and political journey through a short period of my life."
Hundreds of items belonging to the band are on display alongside interviews and props from performances.
The exhibition will be ongoing until July.