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Public Engagement


The Stone Wing Museum, inaugurated on March 9, 2005, includes three collections: The prehistoric stone tools collection (discovered in Kaoukaba by Laure and Frank Skeels in 1964), the minerals, rocks, precious and semi-precious stones collection, and the fossilized fish and plants collection.

The Museum is entrusted to the curator whose duties encompass the preservation and conservation of the collections, archiving and cataloguing of new acquisitions, scheduling and coordinating visits, and keeping records of all visitors.

The Stone Wing Museum charges no entry fees and is open to the public. The curator entrusted is always ready to receive and guide visitors (students from schools and universities, researchers, and interested national and international guests) to enrich them with information about the Museum and its various and valuable collections.
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