Goa State Museum
Goa State Museum is open on all days except Saturdays, Sundays and Other Holidays. The modest beginnings of the repository can be traced to 1973 when the Archeology and Museum unit was set up in the Department of Archives in Goa. This unit was accorded the rank of a full-fledged repository in 1977 and was subsequently moved to the new museum complex at Pato which was inaugurated by the President of India on 18th June 1996.The repository has been split up into twelve galleries for facilitating the classification and exhibition of the artefacts. While the Sculpture Gallery consists of pebble sculptures and copper inscriptions, the Contemporary Art Gallery showcases paintings and sculptures of eminent Goan and Indian artists. The Unique Freedom Struggle Gallery houses uncommon photos that elucidate the freedom struggle of Goa.
One of the most well renowned repositories of Goa, the repository construction actually comprises of 12 galleries, which encompasses some of the most superb collections of the previous centuries and symbolizes the wealthy cultural heritage of Goa and its surrounding areas. Known as much for its outstanding architecture as for the splendid assemblage of ancient artefacts and sculptures, the Goa State Museum has done much to preserve the heritage of the state. If you are impassioned about any of the items of the repository and like to find out more then, you would need to explore the galleries.
If you envisage travelling to Goa, in the near future then making a trip to the State museum will be a good idea.
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