(AGI) Arese, June 29 - The Alfa Romeo 'La Macchina del Tempo'Museum in Arese, just outside Milan, is to reopen to the publicon June 30. The new Giulia sports sedan, launched globally onJune 24, will take pride of place and remain at Arese untilJuly 15. The collection was originally put together during thefirst half of the 1960s. The museum, which opened in 1976,holds all the most significant pieces in the historic AlfaRomeo collection, closed for restoration in 2011, when thefactory site was decommissioned. Renovation work on the museum,chosen to host the global relaunch of the the marque, began insummer 2014, led by architect Benedetto Camerana. The projecttook less than a year to complete. The key focus of the projectis the red structure that runs across the entire complex. The69 models on exhibit are those that most represent theevolution of the marque and the history of the car. Theyinclude the first A.L.F.A, the 24 Hp, and the legendary winnersof the 'Mille Miglia' race, such as Tazio Nuvolari's 6C 1750Gran Sport, the bodied 8C Touring vehicles and the Gran Premio159 Alfetta 159 with which Juan Manuel Fangio won the FormulaOne world championship. There is also the Giulietta, the iconicFifties car, and the 33 TT 12. The show ends with interactiveand immersive experiences, including virtual reality 360 degreeshort films, and there is a room in which visitors can sit oninteractive chairs and watch 4D films of Alfa Romeo's legendarysuccesses. (AGI). .