Rehabilitation of the National Museum of Tripoli

The National Museum of Tripoli is home to one of the most important collections in North Africa and an important reference for the history of Libya, contributing to the reconciliation of Libyans with their heritage. The project will involve three field missions to define priorities for collections, architecture, and personnel.

The As-Saraya al-Hamra, the National Museum of Tripoli, is home to one of the most important collections in North Africa. Located at the heart of the city, this museum is an important reference point for the history of Libya, contributing to the reconciliation of Libyans with their heritage. In order to begin rehabilitation work, the project will involve three field missions to define priorities for collections, architecture and personnel.

Project Details


Location: Tripoli, Libya, Northern Africa, Africa Organiser(s): Mission Archéologique Française de Libye (MAF) Project partner(s): Libyan Department of Antiquities Funder(s): ALIPH Funding received: $130,000 Commencement Date: 01/2020 Project Status: Active
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