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Museum of Iraq Moving Forward

After the campaign for raising awareness on the looting of the National Museum of Iraq, there is some hope about the recovering of such a marvellous museum, The Baghdad Museum, which has been sealed with concrete, is to be reopened

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Rare Look Inside Baghdad Museum

(See related news from minute 2.44) Article by: Cara Buckley at The New York Times (December 12, 2007) BAGHDAD — For a few brief hours Tuesday, three dozen spectators — journalists, local politicians and their guards — gathered at the

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Museum of Iraq for the International Museums Day

To celebrate the International Museum Day, at lamusediffuse we have started a new Flickr group called Museum of Iraq 2.0 Our goal is sharing photos on Sumerian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Mesopotamia or Iraqi art, artifacts and cultural heritage disseminated in collections

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Día Internacional de los Museos: Patrimonio ¿Universal?

Este año, el Día Internacional de los Museos está dedicado al Patrimonio Universal. Con motivo de esta celebración el Consejo Internacional de Museos (ICOM) recoge en su página web un listado de las actividades que tendrán lugar en todo el

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>What People Say… about the National Museum of Iraq: Raising Awareness on that Shameful Looting to the Humankind

> What people say about the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad is certainly not enough. The shame that the looting of Iraq Museum in Baghdad meant to the so called “civilization” is nothing in comparison with its irreversible loss,

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>Lo que la gente dice… del Museo Nacional de Irak: concienciando sobre aquel vergonzoso saqueo a la humanidad

> Lo que la gente dice del Museo Nacional de Irak en Bagdad está siendo ciertamente insuficiente. La vergüenza que el saqueo del museo de Irak en Bagdad supuso a la así llamada “civilización” no es nada en comparación con

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