Praia, Oct 20 (Inforpress) – The technician from the Cultural Heritage Institute (IPC), Rosângela Miranda, shared the Emigration Museum project on Monday, stating that the IPC is open to receive more suggestions from those who want to contribute to the museum has more quality.
Rosângela Miranda also explained that this is an “ambitious project” in which the contribution of Cabo Verdean emigrants will be important. However, she clarified that the IPC will meet other partners with whom it wants to work to materialize the museum, in this sharing phase and collection of suggestions.
This IPC technician, who presented the project live on IPC’s Facebook, also emphasized that the Emigration Museum is a commitment to the history of Cabo Verde.
“These are facts that deserve our country to be valued, disseminated and, above all, the preservation that is the country’s history and the Cabo Verdean man,” said Rosângela Miranda, adding that the project brings together consensus at the highest level.
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