Bert Flint Museum - Costumes, Jewelry and Furniture from the Past

Theater has played a massive role in the culture of many nations for many thousands of years. Whether it is simple or complex is not really all that important, for it is a prime method of communication that appeals to viewers and helps to stimulate the imagination and the senses. If you enjoy theatre and are interested in things like costumes, jewelry and furniture from the past, you might want to consider a visit to the Bert Flint Museum in Morocco. This stunning museum has everything needed to stimulate the imagination and revitalize the past.

The Bert Flint Museum is named for Bert Flint, who assembled the museum’s beautiful collection. Bert Flint was an art historian from Denmark who spent much time in Morocco and saw fit to assemble this impressive collection. The museum’s collection focuses mainly on the popular traditions of two areas within Morocco’s boundaries – that of the Souss Valley and the Sahara. Hence they are a positive reflection of the culture and way of life of people from these areas. While the museum may seem to have a strong emphasis on theatrical arts, it certainly is not limited to this and the collection is a tribute to past cultures more than anything else. To start with, the collection has a good selection of fabrics, textiles and theatrical costumes – a compilation that is certainly complimented by a fine selection of historical musical instruments from the same time period and regions of Morocco. The craftsmanship is remarkable – especially when one considers how old it is and what sort of crude implements might have been used to craft it. The decorative arts display and the folk art exhibit are a visual feast. For those with an interest in weaponry and war, the armaments collection should not be missed.

If you wish to visit this fascinating little museum, you will find it at Rue de la Bahia in Marrakech, Morocco. The museum displays are a part of the municipal theatre, so don’t be alarmed when all you find is a massive theatre at that address. It should also be noted that there is another facet of the museum that is located in Agadir. If what you discover in the Bert Flint Museum fascinates you, you might want to visit this branch of the museum too. So give the Bert Flint Museum in Morocco a try and discover a whole new aspect of Moroccan history and culture!



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