I was having an early breakfast today at Al Seef strip, it feels great being on vacation and enjoying morning time, and when I left I saw that Kuwait National Museum was nearby, it’s been ages since I’ve been there so I decided to take a quick tour around it to see what’s new. Inside I saw they just displayed rare gallery of Kuwait Constituent Assembly, this was the first ever parliament in Kuwait dated back to 1961. The gallery was organized to celebrate the golden jubilee of Kuwait Constitution and includes seldom photos of the events and circumstances of the establishment of the Constituent Assembly 1961, I liked how photos were processed and displayed using pop art which I think gives them more aesthetic and contemporary feeling.
There were photos for the first parliament elections and convened sessions, reading the background history of each photo was informative. Though the sad part of the my tour is that I observed our National Museum needs total renovation, buildings and facilities must be renewed to attract natives and expatriates since it represents one of the major attractions in Kuwait. The National Museum is open daily from 8:30 am to 12:30 om and from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm except weekends.
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