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Educational workshops kick-off at the Aman museum

Written by FDM

After reopening its doors to the public on July 20, 2020, the Mohammed VI Museum for Water Civilization in Morocco-Aman has set up educational workshops for children aged between 5 and 12 with themes related to permanent exhibitions in the museum.

The museum will welcome children directly for these workshops, every Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will set up specific schedules every day of the week for workshops dedicated to school groups. A great discovery for research and knowledge in a fun way, in order to educate and prepare children for a better appreciation of the museum’s exhibitions.

The museum’s vocation is to be an attractive and innovative place for the general public, it was created in homage to the Moroccan genius in water management, to the historical role of Habous in water management, and in tribute to the contemporary work of the late His Majesty King Hassan II and His Majesty King Mohammed VI in the politics and the great hydraulic achievements of the kingdom.

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