Talk:São Paulo Museum of Art

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Revision[edit]

I´m a little concerned with possible orthographic or harmony mistakes in the article´s text, since it was translated from Portugues Wikipedia. I would appreciate if someone with high comprehension level of English language could make a reviw. Dornicke 16:58, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Theft.[edit]

There was a theft in São Paulo Museum of Art on December 20th. A Picasso and a Portinari were stolen.

Third attempt[edit]

I'm removing the information about the third attempt of robbery in the São Paulo Museum of Art because it's not in the right context. The robbery existed, indeed, but it was in another museum in São Paulo, called Estação Pinacoteca. There was also some mistakes in the information, confusing facts of the last robbery with others from the seccond attempt in the São Paulo Museum of Art, like the time and the materials used. Dornicke (talk) 18:52, 21 June 2008 (UTC)

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Unknown word[edit]

I found the word protented (technique...), under the section "the building". This word does not exist, and I'm really not sure what is meant by it. Anyone have any idea what is meant? — Preceding unsigned comment added by RulerofKnowledge (talkcontribs) 13:18, 16 March 2013 (UTC)