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Last summer, the Boudha Hall and the complete permanent collections tour of the Cernuschi Museum reopened to the public, after six months of renovation works of the building. These works on the roof of the museum will particularly increase thermal insulation and upgrade the museum energy performance.
Underlining this reopening, the Bouddha Hall unveils a wooden sculpture of nearly 12 meters representing dragons. This japanese masterpiece is diplayed in the museum for the first time since the 1930s. It has especially been restaured in the occasion of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of Henri Cernuschi's return from Asia.


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