Reconstruction of the Al-Badr Palace and Revitalization of the Ta’izz National Museum Complex

The Al-Badr Palace is an Ottoman-era building, part of the Ta’izz National Museum complex. It was severely damaged during conflict, and over 15,000 objects from the museum collection remain buried under debris. Restoration work recover the museum's collections and create a museography program for the Ta’izz National Museum complex.

The Al-Badr Palace is an Ottoman-era building and part of the Ta’izz National Museum complex. The palace was severely damaged during conflict, and over 15,000 objects from the museum collections remain buried under its debris. Restoration work will include recovering the museum's collections and creating a museography program for the Ta’izz National Museum complex, which includes Al-Badr Palace and Imam Palace.

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Location: Ta`izz, Yemen, Middle East, Asia Organiser(s): World Monuments Fund Project partner(s): General Organization for Antiquities and Museums (GOAM) Funder(s): ALIPH Funding received: $557,838 Commencement Date: 01/2020 Project Status: Active
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