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The Canadian Museum For Human Rights Open Sept 27, 2014
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The Canadian Museum For Human Rights - Open Sept 27, 2014
The monumental and inspiring Canadian Museum For Human Rights has completed construction in Winnipeg and is scheduled to Open Sept 27, 2014. This Human Rights Museum will be the largest of its kind anywhere and will be dedicated to educate visitors on human rights issues around the world.You must take in this unique and awe inspiring experience and visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg.
This amazing building will be one of a kind, There will be over 46,000 sq feet of exhibition space, numerous zones and a temporary exhibit area. The path through the human rights museum will take visitors on a journey through dark periods in human history and culminate in enlightenment at the top of the peace tower.
Visitors will make their way across several bridges within the super structure as they advance to the next zone along their journey. Live theatre, dance and film will accompany the visitors as complex human stories will unfold and be told using the arts.
The stories of human rights violations are ever present and need to be told and shared, so that future generations will have the insight, fortitude and compassion to never let these attrocities happen again. The new Canadian Museum For Human Rights will provide the means and resources for all the world to learn from past human despair.
CMHR Opening Sept 27, 2014
- The Architect | Canadian Museum for Human Rights
A project like the Canadian Museum for Human Rights comes along just once in a generation.You’re invited to be part of it.Canada’s new national museum will open its doors to the world on September 20. The Museum’s official opening will mark a proud m
Human Rights Museum - View From the South
A Review Of The Canadian Museum For Human Rights - Construction
The construction of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights is well under way. With initial construction commensing in the spring of 2009, final construction of the human rights museum will take place in 2012.
The museum is being built on a historic national site, The Forks, in Winnipeg - The Heart of the Continent. The building is innovative and uniquely designed, requiring the most current strategies in building technology. Designed to be sustainable and green, the Canadian Museum For Human Rights is an iconic structure based on the Canadian Shield and constructed of Tyndall Stone and an all encompassing super structure of glazed glass!
The building itself is 12 stories high, however each floor averages over 15 feet in height. Including the Peace tower, the total building height will reach 328 feet or closer to a 30 story building. Their will be over 2500 feet in ramps and total area of the building will be 260,000 sq feet.
Human Rights Museum - View From the West
Canadian Museum For Human Rights - Home Page
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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is envisioned to be a national and international destination, a centre of learning where Canadians and people from around the world can engage in discussion and commit to taking action against hate and oppression.
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