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On September 29 opens the Museum of Tortosa

On September 29 opens the Museum of Tortosa

Tortosa. Delta de l´Ebre. 1st August 2012. The Museum will open doors of Tortosa on 29 September, coinciding with the celebration of European Heritage Days. The City Council is working in the facilities of the old slaughterhouse to have everything ready for the recovery of the main cultural center of the city. The Museum of Tortosa, which completes its name to "Historic and Archaeological Terres de l'Ebre", offering visitors a retrospective history of the city and the territory from its origins to the present. Among the exhibits will be the famous Roman funerary stele, and other items donated by museums like the Prado, the MNAC or the Archaeological Museum of Tarragona. Mayor Ferran Bel, the 1st Deputy Mayor Meritxell Roigé, and the councilman of Culture, Joaquím del Pino, accompanied by municipal officers, have to work this morning a visit to the pavilion will occupy the exhibition hall of the Museum Tortosa. The restoration and opening of the Museum of Tortosa was a major stakes of the City of Tortosa, once the rehabilitation of the centenary modernist building in the neighborhood of Eddies. The pieces of the fund's assets, which have hitherto been in the room reservation is ready to be arranged in the museum's exhibition hall, waiting to finish the work we are doing that conditioning the latter weeks. One of the most emblematic of this fund and will have an important role in the Museum's permanent exhibition is the Roman funerary stele, which has recently been restored. The company has made the museum project executive notebook. At a cost of around 450,000 euros, was financed with funds from the Generalitat of Catalonia and the Ministry of Culture. The Museum of Tortosa will comprise the permanent exhibition hall, which is accessed by a reception area which will also features shop and tourist information office. The facility is complete with the aforementioned room-booking with a catalog that exceeds the 5,000 references, the temporary exhibition hall Antonio Garcia, and classroom teaching. The permanent exhibition hall occupies an approximate area of ​​600 m2, divided into two levels. There will be six areas where we will explain the history of Tortosa and its catchment area, from prehistory to the present (I Origins, The Iberians II, III Dertosa Roman Turtuxa IV, V center of Aragon and VI Modernity. exhibited the most representative pieces of each historical period from the Museum's own collection and other museums have lent on deposit.

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