The Carnival Museum is a monument dedicated to preserving the historical memory of the Barranquilla Carnival, treasuring the legacy of makers and their Queens, history, music, dances, masks, neighborhoods, costumes and the expressions that turned the Barranquilla Carnival into a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. It was conceived as a museum in which people would experience Carnival very closely, having the opportunity to appreciate its parades, traditional costumes and celebrations that have given life to one of the most representative festivals of world heritage. In addition to this, it is a cultural setting dedicated to the investigation, preservation, diffusion and exhibition of the manifestations and traditions of the carnival. Also, it incorporates an educational component that offers an insight into the heritage nature of the carnival among visitors.
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