Sursock Museum In Beirut Reopens To The Public After Beirut Blast

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The Sursock Museum in Beirut reopened after being closed for almost three years. It had been damaged by the city’s port explosion and lost some of its art and buildings.

 

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The museum got fixed up with help from Italy, France, and Lebanon

The museum is in the Ashrafieh district’s center. It got damaged by the Beirut Blast, which also ruined other parts of the city. It got fixed up with help from Italy, France, and Lebanon. Different groups that care about keeping old things nice also pitched in.

 

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The museum has many modern and contemporary art pieces.

The Sursock Museum got a makeover. They replaced the windows, which included the unique stained glass. All doors, elevators, and ceilings got fixed. They also restored the fancy hand-carved wood outside. The museum is well-known for its white outside, arches, writings, and colored windows. It has many modern and contemporary art pieces.

 

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