Free admission to Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum for Syrian refugees

 Paris  |  4 December 2016  |  AMA  |  Tweet  |  LinkedIn

The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto is inviting Syrian refugees to visit its “Syria: A Living History” exhibition, running until 26 February 2017, at no charge. The museum’s general director, Henry Kim, declared: “We want Syrians to realise the value we place in their arrival in this country, and to understand that they are a vital part of the cultural mosaic of Canada.” The exhibition presents historic objects from a number of public and private collections, showing the influences of different cultures: Greek, Roman, Sumerian…

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