Renovated National Museum in Rio May Receive Material from Louvre

The director of the Brazilian institution, Alexander Kellner, met on June 6th in Paris with the president of the French museum, Jean-Luc Martinez, who promised him a long-term loan of pieces.

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Louvre Museum, in France, may transfer parts of its Egyptian collection to the Rio National Museum, destroyed by a fire in September 2018.

The director of the Brazilian institution, Alexander Kellner, met on June 6th in Paris with the president of the French museum, Jean-Luc Martinez, who promised him a long-term loan of pieces.

One of the most significant losses in the fire that destroyed . . .

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