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Hargeisa’s Saryan Museum is a small wonder [photograph above – Ed.]. The peaceful atmosphere around the white buildings of its compound....

Hargeisa’s Saryan Museum is a small wonder [photograph above – Ed.]. The peaceful atmosphere around the white buildings of its compound....

The University of Copenhagen in Collaboration with Abaarso Tech Univeristy (ATU) held an architecture design and Urban planning in the Somali Peninsula.

Laas Gaal is a rock shelter and cave complex inside northwestern Somalia containing some of the earliest-known rock art within the Horn of Africa and, in general, the African continent. These prehistoric cave paintings are guessed to be from 11,000 to 5,000 years old.

Bulhar is an archaeological site in the northwestern Woqooyi Galbeed region of Somaliland.its situated near Zeila. The site is believed to correspond with the ancient commercial Port of Isis described by the Roman scholar Pliny the Elder....

Crate diggers are cultural archaeologists who dedicate their time, money and energy to collecting musical artefacts that provide alternative histories from the fringes of society. They frequent record stores, flea markets, garage sales, charity shops and other places of “disposal” to find rare vinyl records or cassettes.

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We want you to be part of our museums, experience its beauty and this is why we offer several ways to let you engage with us to help maintain and develop the museums. 

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Through a multi-visit program, teachers and Saryan Museum educators collaborate to use the Museum’s resources as a tool to enhance learning in the classroom and beyond.

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With your support, the Museum can set new standards of excellence for how we present our story through exhibitions, research, education and outreach.

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EXPERIENCE

Through a multi-visit program, teachers and Saryan Museum educators collaborate to use the Museum’s resources as a tool to enhance learning in the classroom and beyond.

A people without the knowledge
of their past history, origin
and culture is like a tree without roots.

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