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(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) LEBANESE MINISTER OF CULTURE, MOHAMED DAOUD, SAYING: "People feel pressured by the economy and by other aspects of living. It is hard on the Lebanese people and I believe this is an opportunity, it is like opening a window to breath a bit of clean cultural air." VARIOUS OF VISITORS INSIDE LEBANESE NATIONAL MUSEUM VISITOR, ABEER ZAYTOUN, WITH CHILDREN AND RELATIVES CHECKING EXHIBITS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SCHOOL SUPERVISOR VISITING LEBANESE NATIONAL MUSEUM, ABEER ZAYTOUN, SAYING: "In Lebanon, we have a big problem with history. Maybe because we feel our modern history is a lie so we hate history. A lot of people say: "Why history? Why study history at school?" It shocks me. It really frustrates me. In the outside world, people are really proud (of their history) and they make a big deal out of the most trivial things, I'm sorry to say this. They create something big out of something that is a 100 years old. But for us, if we just read the (value) of the dates, we realize the extraordinary depth of history that we have and unfortunately, how much we do not appreciate it." ANCIENT ARTIFACTS ON DISPLAY AT NATIONAL MUSEUM / VISITORS LOOKING AROUND VARIOUS OF VISITORS CHECKING EXHIBITS FAMILY POSING FOR PHOTO (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) VISITOR, ZIAD MOKBEL, SAYING: ''We wait for events like this to show them (the children) the civilisations, where we were and how we developed, the history of where people were and how they developed. They are learning a lot about it at school.'' VARIOUS OF VISITORS TOURING MUSEUM VISITORS ENTERING MUSEUM VISITORS CHECKING EXHIBITS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ORGANISER AND ADVISOR TO MINISTER OF CULTURE, LYNN TEHINI KASSATLY, SAYING: "It is the first time for the people to hear (about the initiative). People always hear about protests in front of the National Museum, we want this to be a cultural demonstration in front of the National Museum." VARIOUS OF VISITORS TOURING MUSEUM VARIOUS OF TOUR GUIDE, LYDIA DEBBAS, TALKING TO GROUP OF VISITORS ABOUT EXHIBITS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) TOUR GUIDE, LYDIA DEBBAS, SAYING: "The museum is more than work for me, the museum is therapy for me. It is a place where I'm surrounded with beautiful things. It is a place that makes me forget the painful reality that surrounds us. When I go in, I feel peaceful inside and surrounded by beautiful things." FEET OF VISITORS SEEN AS THEY TOUR MUSEUM VARIOUS OF EXHIBITS / VISITORS LOOKING AROUND
Dateline: 2019

In Lebanon's &Quot;Night Of Museums&Quot;, Thousands Throng Attractions

Item ID: 112037465

By: Reuters

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