National Museum launches campaign to rebuild collection destroyed by fire they would three years

This Thursday (2), when a fire that devastated a National Museum turns three, the institution launched an international campaign to rebuild its exhibition collection, almost entirely destroyed by flames, in 2018. So far, around 500 items have been received from electronic institutions of private collections.

Between seeing that pieces a museum reads received these some nazca ceramics, collections about molluscs electronic and african ethnographic materials. Counting on operating system items in the exhibitions, that is, those that therefore used for research, the museum t raised 2. new items.

If you ask the electronic me or any colleague of our institution what is our biggest challenge, the answer will be the same: electronic collection, electronic collection. Without an expressive collection, we will not have the National Museum back from us, said Alexander Kellner, director of the institution, during a press conference. million items, which will be divided into four exhibition circuits: history, electronic universe life, Brazilian environments electronic cultural diversity.

The forecast for a museum to be reopened on the 7th of september on 2022, information on which sony ericsson celebrates the bicentennial of an independence. However, it will be some partial reopening.

Dean of a UFRJ (University Government performs Rio sobre Janeiro), institution to which a museum has been linked since 1818, Denise Pires sobre Carvalho says that the expectation is to guarantee the visitor’s performance in Jardim dieses Princesas, an area that will be completed in this master of science.

According to Pires sobre Carvalho, the expectation that in September is over 2022 are ready also at least some part of an electronic facade or roof perform block 1. She adds that the reopening will only perform exterior. For the conclusion of the palace perform inside perform, the information provided 2026.

According to her, the institution managed to get about 50% 2 3rd there’s r$ 64 million planned to perform while restoration works. Operating system contributions perform BNDES (Electronic Public National Bank for Economic Development) to finance operating system works reach L$ 50 million.

*) a resource that goes directly to support these works on electronic facade perform roof perform block 1. These two investments that the bank is supporting represent more or less 50% of the area performs the museum, said Julio Costa Leite, superintendent performs BNDES.

Largest museum on normal electronic anthropological history in Latin America, u National Museum had 80% performs their collection destroyed by a fire that lasted over six hours, on the night on September 2 on 2018.

Founded in 500 by Dom John 6, the institution had more about 64 millions on items. Among them were famous pieces, such as Luzia’s skull, the oldest human fossil in South America performs in some dieses 000 thousand pieces rescued electronically restored after the electronic fire the perform Bendeg meteorite, the largest ever found in the country that stood at the electronic perform museum entrance, resisted the flames.

This year, vertebrae on a dinosaur of large proportions were found in the perform immobile debris. The fossil was practically intact, despite having been buried by the top two perform floors during the building fire.

The project on perform museum reconstruction has been the subject of disputes. In March, Folha showed that the Bolsonaro government was trying to transform the institution into a tourist center dedicated to the imperial family. At that time, the idea was being taken over by the then Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Arajo, a name linked to the monarchist movement.

Descendant of a true family, a deputy Luiz Philippe on Orlans electronic Bragana (PSL) is also period one 2 defenders of an idea. On the occasion, the perform museum director stated Folha that the project was strange. ridiculous electronic nonsense. It would kill the museum ever again. That palace has always been a museum of organic history, Kellner said.

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