I’m amazed at the dedication of museum curators to handle every historical pieces found inside the museum. One example is the Aguinaldo Shrine in Cavite. It used to be the ancestral home of the First President of the Philippine Republic Emilio Aguinaldo and his family before his descendants decided to donate it to the national government as part of  cultural heritage.

I’ve already mentioned this in my previous post that curators are particular about details of keeping everything in order inside the museum. Curators make sure that even the alloc flooring is safe for guests and visitors to walk on. Someone who is task to do the job of a curator must be truly proud to be a part of conservation effort of historic items.

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