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The Revival of a Museum in a Revived Building. The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments
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The Revival of a Museum in a Revived Building. The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments

(Rudy Tambuyser) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 290-291

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In June 2000, the Museum of Musical Instruments (Muziekinstrumentenmuseum, or the MIM), moved into the former building of to the Old England department store chain near Koningsplein in Brussels. After twenty-two years of plan-hatching, fund-raising and hard work, it was time for the opening – of rather the re-opening – of a museum that actually had been in existence for quite some time but was not widely known. A brief sketch of the difficult road from creating a collection to finding a fitting way to exhibit it.

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