Ar-Raqqah Museum

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Coordinates: 35°56′45″N 39°1′00″E / 35.94583°N 39.01667°E / 35.94583; 39.01667

Cooling down the bread, with the Museum of ar-Raqqah in the background
the Museum of ar-Raqqah

The Museum of ar-Raqqah, also known as the Ar-Raqqah Museum or Rakka Museum, was founded in 1981 on the location of a former Palace.[which?] The museum is dedicated to the preservation of the culture of the Ar-Raqqah province.[1] The museum's first floor has three sections: Ancient, Classical Vestiges and Modern Art. The second floor is dedicated to Arab and Islamic art.

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  1. ^ "Rakka Museum". Syrian Digital Library of Cuneiform. UCLA. Retrieved 2012-01-17. 

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