[:en]"The Field Museum": Albania, among 100 Mediterranean facilities in Chicago[:] - Albanians In The World

[:en]”The Field Museum”: Albania, among 100 Mediterranean facilities in Chicago[:]

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[:en]In Chicago, The Field Museum, the largest of the world, for the first time exhibits Albania with its underwater heritage. The news is announced by Auron Tare, director of the National Coast Agency, where he asserts that the Albanian participation in this exhibition is an opportunity to exchange cultures. According to Tares, this is a 12-year work by the American Foundation RPM Nautical Archeology, the Albanian Naval Research Center, as well as all partners. What happens when cultures meet and people have the opportunity to share goods, culture, and influence one another like never before? This is the theme of the open exhibition at the Chicago Museum of Fine Arts, which brings together facts, objects, stories and for the first time photos from the depths of the Mediterranean Sea. "The Field Musem" is called the space dating from 1890, where Albania is presented for the first time, to which the American media has also paid attention. Earlier there was "National Geographic", which has published an article on Albanian underwater research. The article in question is a very high rating for the professionalism of the Albanian-American team in the important historical discoveries of our bottom sea. Mediterranean cultures represent an impressive collection of Roman, Egyptian, Greek, and Etruscan objects, which dive at a time when the borders were opened and civilizations began to interact. This unprecedented movement led to trade, travel, and exchange of ideas across seas and continents, fueling innovation and adoption in art, religion, language and writing. The exhibition features more than 100 items: collections, including jewelry, an Egyptian mummy and a bronze bathtub from Pompeii. The History Museum of Nature, also known as The Field Museum, is a museum of natural history in the city of Chicago and is one of the largest museums in the world. The museum retains its status as a museum of the history of the first nature through the size and quality of its educational and scientific programs, as well as its extensive scientific exemplar and artifacts collections. Permanent and high quality exhibitions that attract up to two million visitors a year range from the earliest fossils to past and present cultures from around the globe for interactive programming that demonstrates the urgent needs of today's conservation. In addition, "The Field Museum" has a collection that goes to over 24 million specimens and facilities that provide the basis for the museum's scientific research programs. These collections include the full range of existing biodiversity, meteorites, fossils, and rich anthropological collections and cultural artifacts from around the world. The Field Museum and its collections originated in the Columbia World Exhibition since 1893. To open exhibitions and collections collected for the Chicago World Fair in 1893 for future generations, Edward Ayer persuaded Marshall Field to finance the creation of a museum. Originally named the Columbian Museum of Chicago in honor of its origins, The Field Museum was incorporated by the Illinois State on September 16, 1893, with the purpose of "collecting and distributing knowledge, as well as preserving and exposing artefacts that illustrate art, archeology, science and history ". The Columbian Museum of Chicago took the only building that remained from the Columbia World Expo in Jackson Park, the Palace of Fine Arts, which now houses the Museum of Science and Industry. In 1905, the museum's name was changed from the Columbian Museum of Chicago to the Museum of Natural History to honor its first charity, Marshall Field, and to reflect its focus on natural sciences. During the period 1943 to 1966, the museum was known as the Chicago Natural History Museum.[:]

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