Museu da Língua Portuguesa in São Paulo reopens with “Língua Solta” exhibition

The exhibition "Língua Solta" (Loose Language) shows the Portuguese language in its wide and varied development in art and daily life through a series of artifacts that anchor their meanings in the use of words.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After being destroyed by a fire in December 2015, the Museu da Língua Portuguesa {Museum of the Portuguese Language) will reopen in grand style on July 31 after a five-year closure. Rebuilt after the fire that destroyed it in 2015, the museum brings interactive experiences and immersive environments back to São Paulo.

The exhibition "Língua Solta" (Language Unloosed), with which the museum returns to the cultural tour of São Paulo, shows the Portuguese language in its wide and varied development in art and daily life through a series of artifacts that . . .

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