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Art Installation on the grounds of the Museum. 12-9-2009 Photos by Omayra Rodriguez
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Founded in 1992 by Dr Ricardo Alegria. The Museum hosts a permanent exhibition, through which presents aspects of the history and culture of Puerto Rico and the Americas. Since its opening there have been more than 350 temporary exhibitions. Featured artists from Latin America, the U.S. and Puerto Rico have shown his work in their rooms.
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