November 13, 2013
Tallahassee, FL - Stepping into a different world, the Museum of Natural History uncovers Florida's rich Spanish history with the kick off of imagining La Florida.
The new exhibit is like a time machine through the state's yester-years. It not only shows Spain's deep roots but is directly touched from the country. Accion Cultural Espaniola, the Spain-Florida Foundation and the Spanish Embassy in Washington D.C. collaborated to put the exhibition together.
Miguel Albero: "I think the idea of teaching history throughout an exhibition should be something that has to be attractive for all ages and and all kinds of people, so I think that the community will enjoy it and at the same time will learn something about their own history."
It's open until February 23th and is free for all.
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