By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Sunday, September 16th, two weeks after a massive fire engulfed Brazil's National Museum, staff from the institution treated the public at Quinta da Boa Vista park to a small exhibition displaying some items from the museum's partially destroyed 200-year-old structure collection.
Set up in tents in front of the museum, the outdoor exhibition included animals, bones, rock samples, and insects.
"Our goal is to be here every Sunday and maintain this relationship with the population and the public that goes to Quinta da Boa Vista," said . . .